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Rapid Isolation Method for Preparation of Immuno-Stimulating Rhamnogalacturonans in Citrus Peels
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 Title & Authors
Rapid Isolation Method for Preparation of Immuno-Stimulating Rhamnogalacturonans in Citrus Peels
Lee, Sue-Jung; Hong, Hee-Do; Shin, Kwang-Soon;
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 Abstract
We developed a rapid isolation method for fractionation of polysaccharides with different characteristics, and optimized it for the polysaccharide mixture from Korean citrus peels. A crude polysaccharide mixture, citrus-peel-enzyme (CPE) fraction was isolated from the citrus peels digested with pectinase and ethanol precipitation. CPE was further fractionated with serially diluted ethanol solution (ethanol:deionized water
 Keywords
citrus peels;immuno-stimulation;isolation method;pectin;rhamnogalacturonan I;rhamnogalacturonan II;
 Language
Korean
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