Volatile Compounds in Oyster Hydrolysate Produced by Commercial Protease

  • Cha, Yong-Jun (Dept. of Food Science & Nutrition, Changwon National University)
  • Published : 1995.06.01


Volatile compounds in raw oyster and oyster hydrolysate produced with protease were compared by vacuum simultaneous steam distillation-solvent extraction/gas chromatography/mass spectrometry. Sixty-two volatile compounds were detected in both samples. Of these, 57 were positively identified, composed mainly of aldehydes(12), ketones(9), alcohols(14), nitrogen-containing compounds(9), acids(6), terpenes(4), and miscellneous compounds(8). Levels of acids decreased after hydrolysis, whereas several other compounds such as aldehydes, ketones, and nitrogen containing compounds increased. Pyrazines, found in high abundance, were only detected in oyster hydrolysate.


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