Changes of Nucleotides in the Raw Fishes during the Aquarium Storage

수족관 저장기간에 따른 횟감생선의 핵산관련성분 변화

  • Published : 2004.06.30

Abstract

Changes in nucleotide concentrations of aquarium-stored flounder, sea bass, and sea bream were studied. ATP, ADP, and AMP slowly decreased, whereas IMP, HxR and Hx slightly increased with increasing storage ported. ATP was converted into IMP at initial storage stage. Changes in concentrations of nucleotides differed depending on fish type and season. Freshness indicators, $K,\;K_{p}\;G,\;P,\;H,\;and\;F_{r}$ values during 14 days storage showed no significant differences. Changes in nucleotide concentrations during 14 days storage had no significant effect on taste of raw fishes.

Keywords

nucleotides;freshness;flounder;sea bass;sea bream

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