Composition and fibrils from proteinaceaous materials

C. Akkermans (Inventor), E.P. Schokker (Inventor), M. Paques (Inventor), J.A. Nieuwenhuijse (Inventor), J.H. Zijtveld-van der Wiel (Inventor), P. Venema (Inventor), A.J. van der Goot (Inventor)

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Abstract

Described is a composition of peptides resulting from heat-induced acidic hydrolysis or enzymatic hydrolysis of a protein selected from the group consisting of ß-lactoglobulin-containing whey protein preparation, glycinin- containing soy bean protein preparation, patatin, and mixtures thereof. The composition is capable of fibrillary aggregation upon subjection to acidic pH Thus a pre-fibril composition is provided that has a variety of uses. Thus, they can be used to form fibrils that, in turn, have various structuring and water- retention uses, or they can be used as a food or non-food additive per se. A particular benefit is obtained in human or animal diet foods for weight-control, as the peptide prefibrils will not substantially affect a food's taste or mouthfeel, while fibrillary aggregation in gastric juice will increase satiation.
Original languageEnglish
Patent numberWO2009082229
Priority date21/12/07
Publication statusPublished - 2 Jul 2009

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