imino acids


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i·mi·no ac·ids

(i-mē'nō as'izd),
Compounds with molecules containing both an acid group (usually the carboxyl, -COOH) and an imino group (=NH).
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im·i·no ac·ids

(im'i-nō as'idz)
Compounds with molecules containing both an acid group and an imino group.
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The imino acids proline and hydroxyproline also react with ninhydrin, but they give a yellow colored complex instead of a purple one.
The content of imino acids proline and hydroxyproline of fish collagen is generally lower than that of mammalian collagen [5].
Gelatin with high imino acids (proline and hydroxyproline) has relatively high gel strength (Cho et al., 2006), due to high hydrogen bonding in gel network (Arnesen and Gildberg, 2007).
The non-tannin fraction contains phenolic compounds (monomeric flavonoid compounds and hydroxycinnamic acid derivatives), carbohydrates (glucose, fructose, saccharose and hydrocolloidal gums) and nitrogen compounds (such as amino and imino acids).