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Aqueous enzyme assisted oil extraction from oilseeds and

Aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE) is a promising method for the simultaneous extraction of oil and protein from oilseeds. The products are of superior quality and highly suited to human consumption. In the extraction process, water containing selected enzymes forms the extraction medium used for incubating the oilseeds.

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Aqueous enzyme assisted oil extraction from oilseeds and

The emulsion resulting from AEE requires de-emulsification to separate the oil; when enzymes are used for this purpose, the method is known as aqueous enzymatic emulsion de-emulsification (AEED). In general, enzyme assisted oil extraction is known to yield oil having highly favourable characteristics.

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Aqueous enzyme assisted oil extraction from oilseeds and

17emulsion resulting from AEE requires de-emulsification to separate the oil; when enzymes are used for this purpose, the method is18 known as aqueous enzymatic emulsion de- 19emulsification (AEED). In general, enzyme assisted oil extraction is known to yield oil 20having highly favourable characteristics.

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Aqueous enzyme assisted oil extraction from oilseeds and

Regulatory, safety, and environmental issues have prompted the development of aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE) for extracting components from oil-bearing materials. The emulsion resulting from AEE requires de-emulsification to separate the oil; when enzymes are used for this purpose, the method is known as aqueous enzymatic emulsion de-emulsification (AEED). In general, enzyme assisted oil...

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The emulsion resulting from AEE requires de-emulsification to separate the oil; when enzymes are used for this purpose, the method is known as aqueous enzymatic emulsion de-emulsification (AEED). In general, enzyme assisted oil extraction is known to yield oil having highly favourable characteristics. This review covers technological aspects of enzyme assisted oil extraction, and explores the

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Green solvents and technologies for oil extraction from oilseeds

Aqueous extraction involves water as a medium to extract the oil from oilseeds. It is well known that the lipid molecules are amphipathic in nature and the water soluble components diffuse into water which culminates into emulsion formation. The emulsified oil in water can be de-emulsified by changing the temperature or deploying enzymes.

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Enzyme-assisted extraction processing from oilseeds

Enzyme-assisted extraction processing (EAEP) is a promising method for using enzymes to facilitate the recovery of oils and proteins from oilseeds, in which water is used as the extraction solvent which has many advantages compared to conventional extraction.

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Demulsification of oil-rich emulsion from enzyme-assisted

To further increase the oil extraction yield, enzymes are needed to break down the proteins in the cell wall and pseudo-membranes surrounding the oil bodies to eliminate/reduce barriers to oil extraction. This process is called enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction processing (EAEP) or aqueous enzyme extraction (AEE).

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Enzyme-Assisted De-Emulsification of Aqueous Lipid Extracts

Enzyme-Assisted De-Emulsification of Aqueous Lipid Extracts Abstract Compositions and processes for destabilizing an oil-in-water emulsion resulting from the aqueous solvent extraction of plant oils are disclosed. The processes comprise the use of one or more enzyme activities including phospholipase and protease activity. The processes are

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Aqueous enzymatic process for oil and protein extraction from

Abstract Five commercial enzyme mixtures were evaluated for simultaneous oil and protein extraction from Moringa seed through enzyme‐assisted aqueous extraction (EAE). Protex 7L was found to be the best enzyme for highest oil (69.4%) extraction and protein (75.4%) recovery in the aqueous phase.

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Aqueous enzyme assisted oil extraction from oilseeds and

Table 5. Maximum oil yields as affected by the selected and optimized incubating conditions of the aqueous enzymatic extraction and aqueous enzymatic emulsion de-emulsification methods. - "Aqueous enzyme assisted oil extraction from oilseeds and emulsion de-emulsifying methods: A review"

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Aqueous enzyme assisted oil extraction from oilseeds and

The emulsion resulting from AEE requires de-emulsification to separate the oil; when enzymes are used for this purpose, the method is known as aqueous enzymatic emulsion de-emulsification (AEED). In general, enzyme assisted oil extraction is known to yield oil having highly favourable characteristics. This review covers technological aspects of enzyme assisted oil extraction, and explores the

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Enzyme‐assisted aqueous extraction of oil and protein from

Four enzymes, Protex 7L, Multifect Pectinase FE, Multifect CX 13L, and Natuzyme, were tested for their effectiveness in releasing oil and protein during aqueous extraction. The enzyme‐extracted oil content of canola seeds (22.2–26.0%) was found to be significantly (p <0.05) higher than that of the control (without enzyme) (16.48%).

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3D confocal Raman imaging of oil-rich emulsion from enzyme

As a promising alternative way to organic solvent method, the enzyme-assisted extraction processing (EAEP) is an environmental friendly extraction way of oil (Lamsal & Johnson, 2007). The EAEP method was developed from the aqueous extraction process (AEP) which was invented in the 1950s.

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Enzyme‐assisted aqueous extraction of oil and protein from

The enzyme-extracted oil content of canola seeds (22.2–26.0%) was found to be significantly (p <0.05) higher than that of the control (without enzyme) (16.48%). An appreciable amount of protein (3.5–5.9%) originally present in the seed was extracted into the aqueous and creamy phases during aqueous extraction of oil. The physicochemical

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Green solvents and technologies for oil extraction from oilseeds

In this review, green solvents and technology like aqueous assisted enzyme extraction are better solution for oil extraction from oilseeds. Enzyme mediated extraction is eco-friendly, can obtain higher yields, cost-effective and aids in obtaining co-products without any damage. Enzyme technology has great potential for oil extraction in oilseed industry. Similarly, green solvents such as

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Enzyme­assisted de­emulsification of aqueous lipid extracts

Enzyme­assisted de­emulsification of aqueous lipid extracts EP 2106280 A2 (text from WO2008088489A2) ABSTRACT Compositions and processes for destabilizing an oil­in­water emulsion resulting from the aqueous solvent extraction of plant oils are disclosed. The processes

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Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil and protein

Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction (EAAE) is a method in which water is used as the extraction medium and enzymes are used to facilitate the recovery of oil from oilseeds. The addition of specific enzymes like cellulase, protease and pectinase during aqueous extraction enhances oil recovery by breaking the cell wall and hydrolyzing the structural polysaccharides and lipoprotein bodies [ 3 ].

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Study on Extraction of Peanut Protein and Oil Bodies by

Aqueous enzymatic extraction process is a promising method to facilitate the recovery of oils and proteins from oilseeds with the assistance of enzymes. Notably, in the aqueous enzymatic extraction system, water is used as the extraction solvent, which has many advantages compared with conventional extraction [ 1

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Green solvents and technologies for oil extraction from oilseeds

approach to replace solvent extraction. In this review, green solvents and technology like aqueous assisted enzyme extraction are better solution for oil extraction from oilseeds. Enzyme mediated extraction is eco-friendly, can obtain higher yields, cost-effective and aids in obtaining co-products without any damage. Enzyme technology has great

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Aqueous Extraction of Coconut Oil by an Enzyme‐Assisted

A pre‐extraction enzyme treatment of copra meal was incorporated into a rural wet copra oil extraction process to investigate the possibility of improving the traditional process by the enzyme treatment.

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Optimization of the Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction of Oil from

Chabrand RM, Glatz CE (2009) Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour. Enzyme Microb Tech 45:28–35. CAS Article Google Scholar 6. Hanmoungjai P, Pyle DL, Niranjan K (2002) Enzyme-assisted water extraction of oil and protein from rice bran. J Chem Technol Biot 77:771–776

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Aqueous Extraction of Oil and Protein from Soybeans with

Aqueous extraction using subcritical water is an environmentally friendly alternative to extracting oil and protein from oilseeds with flammable organic solvents. The effects of solids-to-liquid ratio (1:3.3–1:11.7), temperature (66–234 °C), and extraction time (13–47 min) were evaluated on the extraction of oil and protein from soybean flakes and from extruded soybeans flakes with

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Economic Feasibility of Soybean Oil Production by Enzyme

The enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction process (EAEP) applies an additional step of demulsification to increase the final yield to as much as 90% by hydrolyzing proteins and destabilizing emulsion fraction to release oil (Chabrand and Glatz 2009; Lamsal et al. 2006).

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Green solvents and technologies for oil extraction from oilseeds

Yusoff MM , Gordon MH , Niranjan K ( 2015 ) Aqueous enzyme assisted oil extraction from oilseeds and emulsion de-emulsifying methods: a review . Trends Food Sci Technol 41 : 60 - 82 47. Dalal S , Raghava S , Gupta MN ( 2008 ) Single-step purification of recombinant green fluorescent protein on expanded beds of immobilized metal affinity chromatography media . Biochem Eng J 42 ( 3 ): 301 - 307

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Destabilization of the Emulsion Formed during Aqueous

The soybean oil emulsion formed during the aqueous extraction processing of full fat flour contains high molecular weight glycinin and β-conglycinin proteins and smaller oleosin proteins, which form a multilayer interface. Heat treatment alone did not modify the free oil recovery but freeze–thaw treatment increased the oil yield from 3 to 22%. After enzymatic treatment of the emulsion, its

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Influence of enzymes on the oil extraction processes in

factors influencing the release of oil in aqueous media and the main results obtained by this process on various substrates. Keywords:oilaqueousextraction process,enzymes,quality The idea to develop an aqueous extraction process (AEP) to produce oil from oilseeds was borninthe1950s.Inthosedays,suchaprocess seemed cheaper and less dangerous than the

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