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Conclusion: This research may provide practical recommendations for use in determining the quality of soybean protein subjected to extrusion processing.
Soybean protein extracted from defatted soy flour (DSF), with the utmost protein content and good bioavailability compared to soy protein concentrate (SPC).
However, even low temperature storage may have some effect on soybean protein stability.
Interrelationship between hypersensitivity to soybean proteins and growth performance in early- weaned pigs.
Studies on the cold-insoluble fraction of the water extractable soybean proteins.
It is reported that the nutritional values of soybean protein and the growth performance of piglets can be improved when soybean meal was treated with either protease hydrolyses (Caine et al.
T lymphocytes are enhanced in the gut of piglets fed heat-treated soybean proteins.
Soybean proteins are deficient in sulfur-containing amino acids (methionine and cysteine).
Only the portion of heat-labile ANCs in SBM can be partially destroyed through roasting and extrusion, however, ninety percent protein residues in soy protein isolate are belonging to the two heat-stable globulins, glycinin and conglycinin, and are the allergen for the hypersensitivity and commonly associated with villous atrophy and malabsorption in weaning pig after ingestion of intact soybean proteins (Pluske et al.
5% [v/v] Tween-20) was added to each well, and the plates were incubated at room temperature for 1 h to permit binding of soybean proteins to the wells.
1994) reported that processed soybean proteins, such as isolated or concentrated soybean protein, were utilized almost as well as milk protein in 21 to 35 day-old pigs.
Differences in functional properties of 7S and 11S soybean proteins.
Soybean protein hydrolysates have been utilized extensively in mammalian cell culture and demonstrated the best result compared to other plants [3].