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Title of article Prospects of using extremely low doses of physical factors impact in food biotechnology
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Danilchuk T., Moscow State University of Food Production , Moscow State University of Food Production

Ganina V., K.G. Razumovsky Moscow State University of technologies and management (First Cossack University) , K.G. Razumovsky Moscow State University of technologies and management (First Cossack University)

Section: BIOTECHNOLOGY
Year 2018 Issue 2 DOI 10.21603/2308-4057-2018-2-305-313
Annotation The paper deals with urgent issues of development of resource-saving methods of biotechnological processes intensification. The main purpose of the work is to show the efficiency of using extremely low doses of physical factors impact in food biotechnology. Acoustic and electric treatment was in various modes. Impact capacity did not exceed 10-4 W/kg. The duration of exposure ranged from 5 to 15 min. Barley grains enzymes and lactic acid microorganisms were subjected to treatment. Impact of vibration as a physical factor, its frequency is considered as a priority in controlling growth and biochemical processes in biological objects. Impact frequency in the range of 50–10000 Hz influences the activity of hydrolytic enzymes in bimodal way. It is presented in the article. The coincidence of the frequency ranges of the maximum activity of enzymes in the model reactions with the ones in the grain of barley under the treatment of alternating current and sound is noted. Improvement of all indexes of germinating barley and improvement of the quality of the finished malt were observed in these ranges. Low-intensity acoustic treatment at a frequency of 2000 Hz contributed to an increase in β-galactosidase activity of the CT-95 Str. thermophilus strain. Selected ST-95 Str. thermophilus strain was used in the starter composition for the experimental sample production of fermented melted milk. The fermentation process intensification was observed. The lactose content of this product is 30% less in comparison with the feedstock. The use of traditional starter without a selected strain can reduce the lactose content by an average of 7.5%. The results of biotechnological processes modification by means of the treatment of enzymes and extremely low doses of physical factors impact used in meat technologies are observed. Thus, the prospects of using low-intensity physical effects of vibration in the development of innovative food technologies are substantiated. It is also promising to use these technologies in making absolutely new food products with different qualities.
Keywords Food biotechnology, biotransformation, hydrolytic enzymes, barley grain, lactic acid microorganisms, the impact of physical factors
Artice information Received June 26, 2018
Accepted October 5, 2018
Available online December 20, 2018
Imprint article Danilchuk T. Prospects of using extremely low doses of physical factors impact in food biotechnology / Danilchuk T., Ganina V. // Food and Raw Materials, 2018, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 305–313.
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