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Added value protein from Animal by-products not intended for human consumption

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23 Jan 2018

On November 07, 2017, the Project entitled "Analysis and Protein Hydrolysis of Fish Bones for Human Food (HIDPROTEC)" came into force. This project, signed with HADELCA S.L. Company under the I+C=+C (SODERCAN/FEDER) Regional Program, will be developed during 7.5 months by the GER Group, with Dra. Tamara Llano Astuy as Responsible Researcher.

A primary objective of the HDPROTEC project is the optimization of the protein enzymatic hydrolysis production of value added products (such as proteins, oil, amino acids, minerals, enzymes, bioactive peptides, collagen and gelatine) from Animal by-products (ABPs) which are not intended for human consumption. Characterization of the enzymatic hydrolysates by Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC) technique will be carried out in the R&D laboratories of the GER group as a fundamental task of the project.

PhD. Tamara Llano Astuy

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