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Changes of Rice Storage Proteins Affected by Dry and Storage Temperature
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Changes of Rice Storage Proteins Affected by Dry and Storage Temperature
Shin, Pyung-Gyun; Chang, An-Cheol; Hong, Seong-Chang; Lee, Ki-Sang; Lee, Keum-Hee; Lee, Yong-Bok;
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 Abstract
Quality of rice grain changes during dry storage with internal physiological changes and external injury by organism. Storage rice changes by condition with respiration via variable temperature, hydrolysis enzyme reaction, lipid peroxidation occurs with change of palatability. During dry storage, physiological change with protein variation pattern was examined by image analysis on proteomic technology. Analysis revealed that protein activity had no change store at room temperature and store at , but decreased store at . Analysis of variable hydrophobic protein pattern revealed that protein activity of beta-tubulin, protein disulfide isomerase, vacuolar ATPase b subunit, globulin was not significantly decreased all dry and store condition. However, heat shock protein 70, and glutathione transferase was significantly decreased when rice dried at compared with room temperature and dry condition.
 Keywords
Rice storage protein;dry storage condition;proteomic;hydrophobic biomarker;
 Language
Korean
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