4 edition of Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Gluten Proteins found in the catalog.
Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Gluten Proteins
Hungary) International Workshop on Gluten Proteins 1987 (Budapest
by World Scientific Pub Co Inc
Written in English
|Contributions||F. Bekes (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||618|
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The wheat gluten proteins are responsible for giving wheat dough its viscoelastic, gas-holding texture, which enables leavened bread to be produced. Despite the absence of gluten, leavened flatbreads, such as injera, can be produced from by: It has been reported that some varieties of dicoccum wheat are devoid of these noxious gluten proteins, which are responsible for CD (Vincentini and others ).
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One group of gluten proteins, the HMM subunits of gluten, is particularly important in conferring high levels of elasticity (i.e., dough strength).
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H. Jacobson, Brennan J. Thompson, et al.Wheat is primarily a source of energy due to its high starch content (about 70% DM).
It is richer in protein than maize and barley (% DM for soft wheats vs. % for maize and % for barley) and can thus be used as a replacement for maize as a high-energy ingredient requiring less protein supplementation than maize. Hard wheats and durum wheats have a much higher protein content.This paradox led us to consider that these biomarkers correlated to sensitivity to the plant defense proteins: gluten and other lectins.
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