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Denaturation of Fish Proteins

Naturevolume 180pages14221423 (1957) | Download Citation

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REPORTING on the influence of freezing-rate on the denaturation of cold-stored fish, Love1 states that organoleptically determined toughness of cod, stored at − 30° C., does not always involve decreased protein solubility.

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  1. Fisheries Department, Central Institute for Nutrition Research T.N.O., Ijmuiden, The Netherlands

    • A. F. M. G. LUIJPEN

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