Foaming characteristics of oat protein and modification by partial hydrolysis

Monika Brückner-Gühmann, Theresia Heiden-Hecht, Nesli Sözer, Stephan Drusch

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Abstract

Foaming ability of oat protein isolate (OPI) was analysed at pH 4 and 7. Foaming properties were influenced by partial hydrolysis with trypsin (OPT) and alcalase (OPA). The viscoelasticity of the protein film, the interactions between the protein molecules, and the network forming within the protein film were analysed by interfacial rheology. At pH 7, foams made of OPI and OPT were found to be stable with OPI showing the fastest foaming ability. At pH 4, the foaming properties of OPI were found to be poor due to limited solubility. The specific cleavage pattern of trypsin resulted in peptides with improved foaming properties, especially at pH 4, resulting in a homogenous foam structure, a fast foaming ability, and a highly viscoelastic interfacial film. The formation of a thick steric protein layer at pH 7 and the formation of strong hydrophobic interactions at pH 4 were found to be the dominating foam stabilisation mechanisms. In conclusion, oat protein may serve as a food ingredient with targeted functional properties.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2095-2106
Number of pages12
JournalEuropean Food Research and Technology
Volume244
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2018
MoE publication typeNot Eligible

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Keywords

  • Dilatational rheology
  • Enzymatic hydrolysis
  • Foaming ability
  • Interfacial shear rheology
  • Oat protein isolate

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Brückner-Gühmann, Monika ; Heiden-Hecht, Theresia ; Sözer, Nesli ; Drusch, Stephan. / Foaming characteristics of oat protein and modification by partial hydrolysis. In: European Food Research and Technology. 2018 ; Vol. 244, No. 12. pp. 2095-2106.
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Foaming characteristics of oat protein and modification by partial hydrolysis. / Brückner-Gühmann, Monika; Heiden-Hecht, Theresia; Sözer, Nesli; Drusch, Stephan.

In: European Food Research and Technology, Vol. 244, No. 12, 01.12.2018, p. 2095-2106.

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