alexa Effect of Carbon Dioxide Injection on Physiochemical Properties and Saccharification of Extruded Corn Starch for Fermentation Substrate Preparation

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Effect of Carbon Dioxide Injection on Physiochemical Properties and Saccharification of Extruded Corn Starch for Fermentation Substrate Preparation

The objective of this research was to investigate the effect of carbon dioxide injection during extrusion process at different melt temperatures 95, 115 and 135°C on physiochemical properties and enzymatic saccharification of extruded corn starch for fermentation substrate preparation. Carbon dioxide gas was injected during extrusion at the flow rate of 500 ml/min and pressure of 3 MPa. For enzymatic saccharification, 0.8% α-amylase enzyme was used at different saccharification periods.

Citation: Myat L, Ryu GH (2013) Effect of Carbon Dioxide Injection on Physiochemical Properties and Saccharification of Extruded Corn Starch for Fermentation Substrate Preparation. J Microb Biochem Technol 5: 018-024. doi: 10.4172/1948-5948.1000093

 
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