The process for the production of high phospholipid containing eicosanoids and soluble oligopeptides from the Oyster. sp.

Le Thi Thanh Tra, Tran Quoc Toan, Dao Thi Kim Dung, Pham Quoc Long

Abstract


Oysters could be found in seashore and estuarine areas and is regarded as a valuable export product with high economic value. In addition, the oysters could serve as an efficient assimilator of nutrients and potential source of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA), mainly omega-3 fatty acids, which have been found to be responsible for a wide array of health benefits. In this paper, we report a process for the production of high phospholipid containing eicosanoids and soluble oligopeptides from the Oyster. sp. This result shows phospholipid layer containing high eicosanoids with 34.4% and soluble oligopeptides containing 8 essential acid amides. 19.53 g histidine per 100 g oligopeptides pointed out that hydrolyzed oysters are highly nutritional and valuable pharmacological products.


Keywords


Oyster, hydrolyzed, eicosanoid, phospholipid.

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