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새우 가공부산물을 효율적으로 이용할 목적으로 소스를 제조하였으며, angiotensin I converting enzyme(ACE) 저해능과 성분특성에 대하여 조사하였다. 새우 가공부산물로부터 제조한 소스의 선도는 휘발성염기질소의 함량으로부터 적합성이 인정되었다. Alcalase로 30분 반응시켜 제조한 새우 소스의 수율은 53.5%를 나타내었고, ACE 저해능은 70.1%를 나타내었다. 새우 가수분해물 농축 소스는 시판 액젓과 비교하여 단백질 함량이 18.7%가 높았고, 휘발성염기질소 함량 및 염도의 경우 각각 24.0 mg/100 mL 및 9.0%가 낮았다. 새우 가수분해물 농축 소스의 총 아미노산 함량은 23,095.2 mg/100 mL이었고 Table 6. Free amino acid contents and taste values of concentrated sauce from shrimp byproduct and commercial shrimp sauceAmino acidTaste threshold(g/100 mL)1)Concentrated sauce from shrimp byproduct


The functional sauce from shrimp byproducts (heads, shells and tails) was prepared and examined for its characterization. The results of volatile basic nitrogen (VBN) suggested that shrimp byproducts were suitable materials for preparing functional sauce. The shrimp hydrolysate, which was incubated with Alcalase for 30 min, showed excellent yield and ACE inhibitory activity. The concentrated sauce from shrimp byproduct was high in crude protein, while low in VBN content and salinity when compared to commercial shrimp sauce. The total amino acid content (23,095.2 mg/100 mL) of concentrated sauce from shrimp byproduct was higher than that (4,582.5 mg/100 smL) of commercial shrimp sauce; also, the major amino acids were glutamic acid, aspartic acid, arginine and lysine. The free amino acid content and taste value of concentrated sauce from shrimp byproduct were 2,705.5 mg/100 mL and 81.0, respectively. The results on the taste value of concentrated sauce from shrimp byproducts suggested that the major taste active compounds among free amino acids were glutamic acid and aspartic acid.