Effects of Radio Frequency Irradiation on the Enzymes of Beef Muscle Tissue

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  • Author : S. Nelson
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 53 pages
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Download or Read online Effects of Radio Frequency Irradiation on the Enzymes of Beef Muscle Tissue full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by S. Nelson and published by Unknown which was released on 09 May 1965 with total page 53 pages. We cannot guarantee that Effects of Radio Frequency Irradiation on the Enzymes of Beef Muscle Tissue book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. The objective of the program is to study the conditions necessary to inactivate the natural proteolytic enzymes of beef muscle tissue by radio-frequency energy. Preliminary experiments using purified proteolytic enzymes isolated from beef liver tissue were conducted to determine the effects of various r-f parameters. From 4 design studies, it could not be conclusively determined as to what the levels of the main factors and the interaction factors necessary for maximum inactivation are. It has been shown, however, that a set condition about 40% inactivation of the proteolytic enzymes can be effected. R- f radiation experiments on ground beef tissue gave inconclusive results. Chief problem area lies in the fact that the extraction and purification process does not yield consistent results.

Effects of Radio Frequency Irradiation on the Enzymes of Beef Muscle Tissue

Effects of Radio Frequency Irradiation on the Enzymes of Beef Muscle Tissue
  • Author : S. Nelson
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  • Release : 09 May 1965
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The objective of the program is to study the conditions necessary to inactivate the natural proteolytic enzymes of beef muscle tissue by radio-frequency energy. Preliminary experiments using purified proteolytic enzymes isolated from beef liver tissue were conducted to determine the effects of various r-f parameters. From 4 design studies, it could not be conclusively determined as to what the levels of the main factors and the interaction factors necessary for maximum inactivation are. It has been shown, however, that a set

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