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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Production Of Isomaltulose Obtained By Erwinia Sp. Cells Submitted To Different Treatments And Immobilized In Calcium Alginate [produção De Isomaltulose Obtida Por Células De Erwinia Sp. Submetidas A Diferentes Tratamentos E Imobilizadas Em Alginato De Cálcio]
Author: Kawaguti H.Y.
Sato H.H.
Abstract: In recent decades, there has been an increase in the studies of isomaltulose obtainment, due to its physicochemical properties and physiological health benefits. These properties, which include low cariogenicity, low glycemic index and greater stability, allow the use of this sweetener as a substitute for sucrose in foods; besides the fact that it can be converted to isomalt, a dietary non-cariogenic sugar alcohol used in pharmaceuticals as well as in the food industry. Isomaltulose (6-O-α-D-glucopyronosyl-1-6-D-fructofuranose) is a disaccharide reducer obtained by the enzymatic conversion of sucrose - the α-glucosyltransferase enzyme. Different treatments were performed for the preparation of whole cells; lysed cells; and crude enzyme extract of Erwinia sp. D12 strain immobilized in calcium alginate. The packed bed column of granules, containing Erwinia sp. cells sonicated and immobilized in calcium alginate (CSI), reached a maximum conversion of 53-59% sucrose into isomaltulose and it presented activity for 480 hours. The converted syrup was purified and the isomaltulose crystallization was performed through the lowering of temperature. The isomaltulose crystals presented purity of 96.5%.
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Identifier DOI: 10.1590/S0101-20612011000100039
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Date Issue: 2011
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