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  • Raghunath, M.R.; Ammu, A.; Shankar, T.V.; Devadasan, K. (Food and Agriculture Organization, 1995)
    Indian mackerel (Rasrrelliger kanagurta) was cured in saturated brine and dried at 50°C. The dried fish was desalted (rehydrated) and cooked in steam, as were the fresh fish. Digestibility studies were carried out on these ...
  • Radhakrishnan, A.G.; Antony, P.D.; Nair, M.R. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1985)
    Oil sardine (Sardinella longiceps) and mackerel (Rastrelliger kanaguta) wre frozen stored for a period of 6 months at-18 degree C.Changes in their protein fractions were followed periodically by protein fractionation with ...
  • Ammu, K.; Devadasan, K.; Antony, P.D. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1985)
    Nicotinic acid (niacin) content of oil sardine (Sardinella longiceps), white tailed pink perch (Nemipterus japonicus) and two species of prawns (Penaeus and Metapenaeus monoceros), and its loss during storage in ice reported. ...
  • Thippeswamy, S.; Ammu, K.; Joseph J. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 2003)
    The changes in SH group during various processing operations of milkfish such as icced storage, frozen storage , salting (wetand dry salting ), drying, steaming, retorting and frying were studied. During iced storage except ...
  • Radhakrishnan, A.G.; Stephen, J.; Mukundan, M.K.; James, M.A. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1985)
    Chemical composition of caranx (Caranx leptolepis) theradfin bream (Nemipterus japonicus) whiting (Sillage sinhane) murrel (Ophio cephalus)carp (Barbus sarana )and wallagu (Wallagu attu) wre determined and their calorific ...
  • Mukundan, M.K.; Stephen, J.; Devadasan, K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1987)
    The guts of most fishes contain 1-5 percentage collagen.Amino acid Composition of these purified collagens revealed the presence of almost all amino acids except cystine. The major componet aminoacids were glutamic acid ...
  • Mumthaz, V.R.; Yathavamoorthi, R.; Thomas, A.; James, R.; Gopal, T.K.S. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 2010)
    There is an ever increasing awareness about health foods especially in developed countries and fish is getting more acceptances because of its special nutritional qualities. Fish can serve as a significant source ...
  • Lakshmanan, P.T.; Hassan, F. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 2010)
    Heavy metal contamination of the environment, particularly, the aquatic environment is of great public health significance in the modern world. Mercury occurs naturally in the environment. Mercury or its compounds have ...
  • Raghunath, M.R.; Nair, P.G.V. (Society of Fishery Technologists (India), 1998)
    One of the uses of thermally stable dispersions of fish myofibrillar proteins is as edible film. A modified method of preparation of thermostable dispersions was developed which involves acidification of meat water ...
  • Sankar, T.V.; Ramachandran, A. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 2001)
    The storage characteristics of surimi froth fresh water major carp rohu (Larbeo rohita) was studied at -35°C by following the changes in water-soluble sarcoplasmic proteins and myofibrillar proteins . Ca" ATPase activity ...
  • Nair, P.G.V.; Ammu, K.; Devadasan, K. (Society of Fishery Technologists (India), 1998)
    Effect of a polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) concentrate containing about 80 percentage free acids at a level of 1 percentage of the diet, on the fatty acid profile of the lipids of liver and heart of rats fed on it for ...
  • Asha, K.K.; Mathew, S.; Remyakumari, K.R. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 2010)
    Oxidative stress arising from an imbalance in the antioxidant system is responsible for the ailments of the heart, brain dysfunction, immune system decline and also for aging. Thus there has been an increasing interest ...
  • Asha, K.K.; Devadasan, K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 2010)
    Fulminant hepatic failure (FHF) is a devastating illness that has a high mortality rate and affects patients with previously healthy livers (Moreno- Gonzalez etal. 1995). Although an uncommon disorder, it is usually ...
  • Giles, T.N.; Anandan, R.; Sankar, T.V. (Society of Fishery Technologists (India), 2003)
    The free sulfhydryl group present in proteins determine the structural and functional properties of seafood. Thermal processing affects the structural and functional properties of protein. This necessitates the requirement ...
  • Nayak, J.; Mathew, S.; Nair, P.G.V.; Anandan, R. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 2010)
    Cancer, a disease characterized by uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells, is the second leading cause of death in world (Vay Liang etal., 2001). In the year 2000, worldwide over 10 million new cases of cancer ...
  • Anandan, R.; Mathew, S.; Asha, K.K.; Ammu, K.; Nair, P.G.V. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 2003)
    In the present study, the administration of peroxidised PUFA was found to aggravate the isoproterenol-induced myocardial infraction in rats, which was evident from the increased level protein and enhanced the release of ...
  • Nair, P.G.V.; Nair, M.R. (Society of Fishery Technologists (India), 1982)
    Monthly variation in the fatty aid composition of muscle and skin lipids of oil sardine (<i>sardinella longiceps), for a period of two years ar presented. Data shows wide variations in the proportions of the various acids ...
  • Raghunath, M.R.; Sankar, T.V.; Nair, P.G.V. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1998)
    Sarcoplasmic and myofibrillar protein fractions of seven species of marine fish were isolated and their functional properties such as emulsification, emulsion stability and viscocity were studied. Few species were also ...
  • Radhakrishnan, A.G.; Antony, P.D.; Nair, M.R (Society of Fishries Technologists (India), 1982)
    Actomyosin and sarcoplasmic proteins were prepared from fishes like oil sardine (Sardinella longiceps) mackerel (Rastrelliger kanagurta) mullet (Mugil parsia) cat fish (Tachysurus dussumeri) tilapia (Tilapia mossambia)and ...
  • Aanand, S.; Purushothaman, C.S.; Rajendran, K.V. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 2010)
    Heavy metals, once thought to be insignificant as pollutants, has become one of the worst pollutants, following the outbreak of Minamata disease in Japan, as a result of Hg poisoning. Since then, various studies have ...

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