Analysis of Flocculation Activity of Microparticle Solution of Salty Protein from Whey of Oviparous Animals

Document Type : Research Article


1 College of Bioengineering, Hunan Polytechnic of Environment and Biology, Hengyang, 421005, P.R. CHINA

2 Department of Environmental Science, Changsha Environmental Protection College, Changsha, 410004, P.R. CHINA

3 Global inquiries and Social Theory Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, VIETNAM


Because the traditional method does not consider the release rate of salty whey protein particles after adding flocculants, the error in the peak test of the flocculation activity of the ovarian animal whey protein particle solution is relatively high, which leads to the unreliable analysis of the flocculation activity. Therefore, a method is proposed. A new method for analyzing the flocculation activity of egg-shaped animal whey protein particle solution. According to the basic characteristics of whey protein, the basic structure of the flocculation model was reset to improve the purification effect of the whey protein particle solution in eggs. By calculating the loading rate and analyzing the effect of the flocculating carrier on the stability and release of individual particles, the release rate of salty whey protein particles after adding flocculants can be obtained. Combining the activity distribution with the propagation algebra, the flocculation activity analysis result is obtained. Experimental results show that this method can effectively reduce the error rate of the peak activity test, improve the reliability of the analysis of the flocculation activity of the ovarian animal whey protein particle solution, and has better stability and analysis effect than the traditional method.


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