Stabilization of low denaturation temperature collagen from fish by physical cross-linking methods.

  • Yunoki S
  • Suzuki T
  • Takai M
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Abstract

Collagen matrices were prepared from atelo salmon collagen (SC). SC has a lower denaturation temperature (19 degrees C) than mammalian collagen. SC matrices were successfully stabilized by ultraviolet irradiation and dehydrothermal treatment, and their optimum conditions were determined. By sponging at 37 degrees C, partial denaturation of the collagen molecules resulted in shrinkage of the matrices.

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  • abbreviated as collagen
  • been made to use
  • collagen matrix
  • cross-linking
  • cross-linking methods for stabilization
  • dehydrothermal treatment
  • denaturation
  • fish collagen
  • for biomaterials
  • i collagen
  • numerous attempts have recently
  • of collagen are di-
  • the
  • type
  • uv irradiation

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Authors

  • Shunji Yunoki

  • Takeshi Suzuki

  • Mitsuo Takai

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