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hydrolysate

 [hi-drol´ĭ-zāt]
any compound produced by hydrolysis.
protein hydrolysate a mixture of amino acids prepared by splitting a protein with acid, alkali, or enzyme. Such preparations provide the nutritive equivalent of the original material in the form of its constituent amino acids and are used as nutrient and fluid replenishers in special diets or for patients unable to take ordinary food proteins.

hy·drol·y·sate

(hī-drol'i-sāt),
A solution containing the products of hydrolysis.

hydrolysate

/hy·drol·y·sate/ (hi-drol´ĭ-sāt) any compound produced by hydrolysis.
protein hydrolysate  a mixture of amino acids prepared by splitting a protein with acid, alkali, or enzyme; used as a fluid and nutrient replenisher.

hy·drol·y·sate

(hī-drol'i-sāt)
A solution containing the products of hydrolysis.

hydrolysate

any compound produced by hydrolysis.

protein hydrolysate
a mixture of amino acids prepared by splitting a protein with acid, alkali or enzyme. Such preparations provide the nutritive equivalent of the original material in the form of its constituent amino acids and are used in special diets or for patients unable to take the ordinary food proteins.
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The colony was maintained in a screen cage (60 X 40 X 30 cm) and provided a food mixture of sugar and yeast hydrolysate at a 5:1 volumetric ratio ("full diet") and water ad libitum.
Influence of ultrasound during wheat gluten hydrolysis on the antioxidant activities of the resulting hydrolysate.
Table-1: % Recovery of the fish scale hydrolysate fractions by solvent extraction and tituratration (Only acetone).
According to the results, xylose is the predominant sugar in the hydrolysate in the concentrated liquor, followed by glucose and arabinose originated during the acid hydrolysis of the lignocellulosic biomass.
However, further increment of NaOH concentration led to the decrease amount of total reducing sugar production in the hydrolysate.
Peptides (ranging from 2 to less than 100 amino acid residues) with bioactive properties have been isolated from different protein hydrolysates obtained by enzymatic hydrolysis with protease.
The increased survival observed due to the increase of hydrolysate levels in the diet may be related to the stimulation of the immune system of animals.
The amino acid composition in the formulated diets was estimated from the data obtained about the amino acid composition of each hydrolysate.
Cases describe experiences with applications including microbial fuel cells fueled with rice straw hydrolysate.