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Transglutaminase-mediated Setting In Bigeye Snapper Surimi

S. Benjakul, W. Visessanguan
Published 2003 · Chemistry

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Abstract Effect of setting induced by endogenous transglutaminase (TGase) in two species of bigeye snapper, Priacanthus tayenus and Priacanthus macracanthus, on gel properties and protein cross-linking was investigated. Setting at either 25 or 40 °C, prior to heating at 90 °C resulted in the increase in both breaking force and deformation of surimi from both species, particularly when setting time increased (P
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