MICROBIAL TRANSGLUTAMINASE: SOURCE, PRODUCTION AND ITS ROLE TO IMPROVE SURIMI PROPERTIES
Transglutaminases (EC 126.96.36.199) have attracted a wide interest from both scientific and applied points of view due to their capacity to cross link protein substrates. Obtaining transglutaminases derived from animals are extremely high cost process, which has hampered its wider application until the discovery of transglutaminase produced by microorganisms. In the early 1990, sincemicrobial transglutaminase have been found, many transglutaminase-producing microbial strains have been isolated and the enzyme production processes have been optimized. This resulted in the increased uses of transglutaminases in the food industries. In the fisheries industry, MTGasehas successfully been used to improve the mechanicaproperties of surimi from various fishes.
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