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Separation of sardine oil without heating from surimi waste and its effect on lipid metabolism in rats

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry

Apr 21, 2004

Kotoe ToyoshimaKazuo Miyashita

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Sardine oil was obtained by centrifugation of surimi wastewater without heating or chemical refining. This oil (CE) showed light yellow color and the peroxide value was less than 1.0 meq/kg. The main lipid class of CE was triacylglycerol (TG) (>99%). These features indicate that CE can ...read more

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Lipid Metabolism Pathway
Centrifugation
Physiological Effects [PE]
Lipids
Sardina pilchardus
Fish Products
Dietary Oils
Cholesterol Measurement Test
Column Chromatography
Purification Aspects
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Separation of sardine oil without heating from surimi waste and its effect on lipid metabolism in rats

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry

Apr 21, 2004

Kotoe ToyoshimaKazuo Miyashita

PMID: 15080648

DOI: 10.1021/jf0306439

Abstract

Sardine oil was obtained by centrifugation of surimi wastewater without heating or chemical refining. This oil (CE) showed light yellow color and the peroxide value was less than 1.0 meq/kg. The main lipid class of CE was triacylglycerol (TG) (>99%). These features indicate that CE can ...read more

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Lipid Metabolism Pathway
Centrifugation
Physiological Effects [PE]
Lipids
Sardina pilchardus

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