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The Effects of High Pressure on Biomaterials

  • Karel Heremans
Part of the Food Engineering Series book series (FSES)

Abstract

The study of the effects of pressure on food macromolecules and colloids has received a great deal of attention in recent years. Bridgman (1914) made considerable progress in the development of equipment not long after the initial attempts of Hite (1899), who referred to technical problems with high pressure equipment. Developments in France, primarily in the biomedical field between the two World Wars, are reviewed by Johnson et al. (1974). Modern studies started with the seminal papers by Suzuki (1960) in Japan. He conducted detailed studies of the effects of pressure and temperature on the kinetics of ovalbumin and hemoglobin denaturation.

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Starch Granule Diamond Anvil Cell High Pressure Treatment Food Hydrocolloid Complex Coacervation 
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