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Separation of whey components by using ceramic composite membranes
Ceramic supports were prepared from alumina powder and dip-coated with zirconia sol. The ceramic composite membranes prepared were characterized with respect to their microstructure/pore structures. The supports were 40% ...
Ancillary effects of surfactants on filtration of low molecular weight contaminants through cellulose nitrate membrane filters
Removal of contaminants with low molecular weight (<800 Dalton) requires the use of advanced separation techniques such as ultrafiltration (UF) or micellar enhanced ultrafiltration (MEUF). However, surface active agents ...
Catalytic performances of chemically immobilized urease under static and dynamic conditions: A comparative study
Immobilized urease has been used for direct removal of urea from aqueous solution and as biological sensing material in the preparation of urea biosensors. The former application is carried out under dynamic condition using ...
Preparation and characterization of polyacrylonitrile membranes modified with polyelectrolyte deposition for separating similar sized proteins
One of the challenges faced by ultrafiltration membranes is to separate proteins with a small difference in their molecular weights. Recently, some researchers tried to overcome this problem by using charged membranes. ...
Preparation of ceramic composite membranes for protein separation
(Trans Tech Publications, 2004)
Ceramic supports were prepared from fine alumina and zirconia powders by dry-pressing and slip-casting. These supports were heat treated in the 1100° - 1200°C temperature range and dip-coated with ceramic sols prepared ...
Effects of controlled pepsin hydrolysis on antioxidant potential and fractional changes of chickpea proteins
This study investigated the effects of controlled pepsin hydrolysis on antioxidant potential and fractional changes of chickpea protein extracts (CPE). The enzyme hydrolysis increased soluble protein content (1.2 to 2-fold) ...