alexa Fish Processing Wastes as a Potential Source of Proteins, Amino Acids and Oils: A Critical Review

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Fish Processing Wastes as a Potential Source of Proteins, Amino Acids and Oils: A Critical Review

The fish processing industry is a major exporter of seafood and marine products in many countries. About 70% of the fish is processed before final sale. Processing of fish involves stunning, grading, slime removal, deheading, washing, scaling, gutting, cutting of fins, meat bone separation and steaks and fillets. During these steps significant amount of waste (20-80% depending upon the level of processing and type of fish) is generated which can be utilized as fish silage, fishmeal and fish sauce. Fish waste can also be used for production of various value added products such as proteins, oil, amino acids, minerals, enzymes, bioactive peptides, collagen and gelatin. The fish proteins are found in all parts of the fish. There are three types of proteins in fish: structural proteins, sacroplasmic proteins and connective tissue proteins.

Citation: Ghaly AE, Ramakrishnan VV, Brooks MS, Budge SM, Dave D (2013) Fish Processing Wastes as a Potential Source of Proteins, Amino Acids and Oils: A Critical Review. J Microb Biochem Technol 5:107-129. doi: 10.4172/1948- 5948.1000110

 
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