Tag Archives: protein hydrolysate

1330–1347 M. Kremenevskaya, O. Sosnina, A. Semenova, I. Udina and A.Glazova,
Meat industry by-products for berry crops and food production quality improvement
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Meat industry by-products for berry crops and food production quality improvement

M. Kremenevskaya¹, O. Sosnina¹, A. Semenova², I. Udina³ and A.Glazova¹,*

¹ ITMO University, Faculty of Food Biotechnologies and Engineering, Department of Meat and Fish Processing and Refrigeration, 49 Kronverksky Pr., St. Petersburg, 197101, Russia
² The Gorbatov’s All-Russian Meat Research Institute (VNIIMP), Deputy director for scientific work, 26 Talalikhina Str., Моscow, 109316, Russia
³ LLC JTI Russia, Scientific and Regulatory Affairs Department, Scientific and Regulatory Affairs Manager, 1st Krasnogvardeysky proezd, Moscow, 123100, Russia
*Correspondence: sosnina.olga.ITMO@yandex.ru

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This paper describes the problem of obtaining a hydrolysate from animal industry byproducts. A new innovative protein-containing product has been created to stimulate the growth and development of berry and fruit crops. The paper describes a technique for a plant treatment with a hydrolysate invented, its concentrations being determined. We have studied the chemical composition of fruit and berry raw materials in a native form after rapid freezing and refregiration. The possibility of creating a new confectionery product made from quick-frozen berries treated with a stimulator is predetermined.

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604–613 M. Uspenskaya, M. Kremenevskaya, K. Volkova and O. Sosnina
Aquaculture: problems and modern perspective on topical solution
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Aquaculture: problems and modern perspective on topical solution

M. Uspenskaya, M. Kremenevskaya, K. Volkova and O. Sosnina*

ITMO UNIVERSITY, Kronverksky pr. 49, RU 197101 St. Petersburg, Russia
*Correspondence: sosnina.olga.ITMO@yandex.ru

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In this article describes the current problems of aquaculture. As a new material for feeding fish pond serves biocomposite based on protein hydrolysates and natural polymers. Also disclosed is a method of forming the proposed mother. Studies have been conducted biocomposite molecular weight and amino acid composition of the initial protein products.

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