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Comparison of Food Components between Red-Tanner Crab, Chionoecetes japonicus and Neodo-Daege, a New Species of Chionoecetes sp. Caught in the East Sea of Korea (동해산 붉은대게 (Chionoecetes japonicus)와 너도대게 (Chionoecetes sp.)의 식품성분 비교)

  • PARk Jeong Heum;MIN Jin Gi;KIM Tae Jin;KIM Ji Hoe
    • Korean Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
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    • v.36 no.1
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    • pp.62-64
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    • 2003
  • Recently, relatively large amount of a new species of crab belonging to genus Chionoecetes that has intermediate characteristics between red-tanner crab (Chionoecetes japonicus) and queen crab (C. opilio) was caught the East Sea of Korea. The new species of crab was tentatively named Neodo-Daege. Amino acid and proximate compositions of the edible meat of red-tanner crab and Neodo-Daege were determine. The proximate composition of the meats of Neodo-Daege were $79.2{\%}$ in moisture, $17.4{\%}$ in protein, $0.6{\%}$ in lipid, and $1.5{\%}$ in ash. Neodo-Daege was higher in protein and lipid contents, and lower in moisture and ash contents than those of red-tanner crab. The total amino acid contents in the meat of Neodo-Daege were higher than those of red-tanner crab, but the profile of amino acids was similar to one another. Among amino acids, glutamic acid, arginine, aspartic acid, lysine and glycine were major components of the crabs.

Improvement on the Quality and Functionality of Red Tanner Crab Cooking Drip Using Commercial Enzymes (효소분해의 의한 붉은 대게 자숙액의 품질 및 기능성 개선)

  • Kang, Kyung-Tae;Heu, Min-Soo;Kim, Jin-Soo
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition
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    • v.36 no.8
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    • pp.1022-1030
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    • 2007
  • For the improvement on the quality and functionality of red tanner crab cooking drip, the preparation of hydrolysates from red crab cooking drip using commercial enzymes (Alcalase, Flavourzyme, Neutrase and Protamex) was attempted and its taste, nutritional and functional characteristics were also investigated. According to the results of heavy metal contents and proximate composition, red tanner crab cooking drip (RTCCD) could be used as a food resource. From the results of the trichloroacetic acid soluble index (TSI), angiotensin I converting enzyme (ACE) inhibiting activity and antioxidative activity, RTCCD hydrolysates incubated with Alcalase for 2 hrs was superior to the other one-step hydrolysates. There were no differences in the ACE inhibiting activity and antioxidative activity between one-step hydrolysates, which was incubated with Alcalase for 2 hrs, and two-step hydrolysates sequentially incubated with Alcalase and other enzymes. Alcalase-treated hydrolysates was similar in proximate composition and Hunter color value, while high in free amino acid content compared with crab cooking drip. Total amino acid content of Alcalase-treated hydrolysates was 11.9 g/100 mL and the major amino acids were glutamic acid (10.2%), proline (10.1%) and glycine (10.7%).

Preparation and Characteristics of Patty with Red-Tanner Crab (Chionoecetes japonicus) Paste (게 페이스트 첨가 패티의 제조 및 특성)

  • HEU Min Soo;CHOI Seung Geal;KIM Jin-Soo
    • Korean Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
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    • v.38 no.3
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    • pp.137-142
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    • 2005
  • New types of patties were prepared with surimi and crab paste, and then characterized. With an increase of additional ratios of crab paste, the moisture (64.8 to $61.5\%$) of the patties slightly decreased while the ash contents (2.3 to $3.7\%$) increased. The Hunter's color values of the patties decreased in lightness (L value, 58.79 to 54.27) but increased in redness (a value, -2.77 to 3.54). Thus, the patties that had added crab paste appeared slightly more reddish. According to the increasing of additional ratios of crab paste, sensory scores on color and flavor increased whereas the texture score decreased. From the above results, based on physical properties and sensory evaluation, the desirable additional ratio of crab paste for preparing patty was $15\%$. The calcium and phosphorus contents of the patties with the addition of $15\%$ crab paste were 148.8 mg/100 g and 139.6 mg/100 g, respectively, and their ratio (approximately 1:1) was the optimal range in body absorption efficiency. The calcium absorption rate with the $15\%$ additions was 4.9 times higher than that of the patty with no additions. Total amino acid content (16,302 mg/100 g) of the $15\%$ additions showed no difference to the patty without additions, and the major amino acids were aspartic acid, glutamic acid, leucine and lysine. Exceptionally, the cysteine content of the patty with the $15\%$ crab paste additions was 2 times higher than that found in the patty without crab paste. The major fatty acids were 16:0, 18:1n-9 and 18:2n-6 of the total lipids, and there was no difference between the patties with and without crab paste. The above results showed that crab paste can be used as a crab surimi gel source.

Food Component Characteristics of Red-tanner Crab (Chionoecetes japonicus) Paste as Food Processing Source (식품가공소재로서 게 페이스트의 식품성분 특성)

  • Kim, Hye-Suk;Park, Chan-Ho;Choi, Seung-Geal;Han, Byung-Wook;Kang, Kyung-Tae;Shim, Nam-Hyuk;Oh, Hyeon-Seok;Kim, Jin-Soo;Heu, Min-Soo
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition
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    • v.34 no.7
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    • pp.1077-1081
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    • 2005
  • The objective of this study was to investigate the components and nutritional quality of red-tanner crab (Chionoecetes japonicus) paste in order to explore possibility for food processing source such as surimi gel containing crab paste. Yield of crab paste was $30\%$ from whole body after crushing and dehydrating. Crude protein contents $(9.5\%)$ of crab paste was lower than that $(13.1\%)$ of crab muscle, but fat $(0.5\%)$ and ash contents $(8.0\%)$ of paste were higher than $0.2\%\;and\;1.3\%$ of crab muscle, respectively. Volatile basic nitrogen (VBN) content of the crab paste was lower than those of the edible parts. Total amino acid content (9,497mg/l00g) of paste was lower than that (12,980mg/100g) of muscle. Aspartic acid, glutamic acid, lysine and leucine were the predominant amino acids in the protein fraction. The calcium content (6,539mg/l00g) was higher than those of phosphorus (579mg/100g), and potassium (793mg/100g) while manganese and iron were present in trace amounts. Major fatty acids of total lipid were 16:0, 18:1n-9, 20:5n-3 and 22:6n-3, and no difference of composition between paste and muscle. Sensory evaluation showed that scores of color and flavor of $15\%$ substituted surimi gel increased significantly when compared to surimi gel without crab paste (p<0.05). From the above results, the addition of crab paste enhanced nutrition and functionality of surimi gel.

Preparation and Characteristics of Surimi Gel with Red-tanner Crab (Chionoecetes japonicus ) Paste (게 페이스트 첨가 연제품의 제조 및 특성)

  • Kim, Hye-Suk;Choi, Seung-Geal;Park, Chan-Ho;Han, Byung-Wook;Yang, Soo-Kyeong;Kang, Kyung-Tae;Oh, Hyeon-Seok;Heu, Min-Soo;Kim, Jin-Soo
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition
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    • v.34 no.7
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    • pp.1103-1108
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    • 2005
  • A new type of surimi gel was prepared by adding the crab paste to the original Alaska pollock surimi, and its characteristics were determined. With increased addition of crab paste to the surimi, moisture $(81.3\;to\;79.1\%)$ and protein content $(12.2\;to\;11.6\%)$ of surimi gels slightly decreased while ash content increased compared to commercial surimi gel. Color values of surimi gels were decreased in lightness (L value, 67.3 to 63.5) but increased in redness (a value, -3.5 to 7.14). Thus, crab paste-added surimi gel was a little darked reddish product. Maximum values of breaking force and deformation of $10\%$ added surimi gel were 568g and 13.1mm, respectively. Sensory scores on color and flavor increased according to the increasing of additional ratios, whereas texture scores was maximum at $10\%$ added surimi gel. From the results of physical properties and sensory evaluation, desirable additional ratio was $10\%$. Total amino acid content (11,435 mg/100g) of $10\%$ added surimi gel was approximately $5\%$ less than non-added surimi gel, and major amino acids were aspartic acids, glutamic acid, leucine and lysine. Exceptionally, cysteine content of $10\%$ added surimi gel was 2 times higher than control (surimi gel without crab paste). Calcium and phosphorus contents of $10\%$ crab paste-added surimi gel were 172:4mg/l00g and 234.6 mg/100g, respectively, and their ratio (1:1.4) was in the optimal range in the body absorbtion efficiency.