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Effect of a commercial pectinmethylesterase on tomato paste consistency

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Autor dc.contributor.author Zuniga-Hansen M.E.
Autor dc.contributor.author Perez-Torres E.
Autor dc.contributor.author Caballero-Valdes E.
Autor dc.contributor.author Fernandez-Parodi J.
Fecha Ingreso dc.date.accessioned 2014-04-05T00:15:51Z
Fecha Disponible dc.date.available 2014-04-05T00:15:51Z
Fecha en Repositorio dc.date.issued 2014-04-04
dc.identifier 10.2225/vol15-issue3-fulltext-5
dc.description.abstract Background: Consistency is one of the main traits that define commercial quality and price of tomato paste. Pectins are partially responsible for consistency in tomato paste, therefore enzymatic pectin modification could be used to increase paste consistency. Results: This work reports the effects of a commercial enzymatic preparation of pectin-methyl-esterase (PME) (NovoShape™) on tomato paste consistency taking into account variables as enzyme/substrate ratio (0,1% w/w - 1% w/w), reaction time (0 hr - 3 hrs) and reaction temperature (40°C-60°C). The results indicate that NovoShape™ increased consistency when reaction temperature ranged from 40 to 50°C with an enzyme/substrate ratio of 0.5 to 1 (l PME solution/g tomato paste on dry base). On the other hand, enzymatic treatment was not effective at 60°C with an enzyme/substrate ratio of 0.1%. Conclusions: Based on these results, addition of NovoShape™ is a good technological approach to increase tomato paste consistency. en_US
dc.source Electronic Journal of Biotechnology
Link Descarga dc.source.uri http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84861717416&partnerID=40&md5=1f7ed258c5e85254ca5a838dc15d7ef2
Title dc.title Effect of a commercial pectinmethylesterase on tomato paste consistency en_US
Tipo dc.type Article
dc.description.keywords Commercial qualities; Enzymatic preparation; Enzymatic treatments; Pectin methyl esterase; Reaction temperature; Tomato paste; Biotechnology; Electronic publishing; Viscosity; Esters; pectinesterase; article; controlled study; enzyme substrate; food industry; food quality; nonhuman; plant product; reaction time; temperature; tomato; tomato paste; Lycopersicon esculentum en_US


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