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Vitae

versão impressa ISSN 0121-4004

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ZAPATA-MONTOYA, José Edgar; GIRALDO-RIOS, Diego Enrique  e  BAEZ-SUAREZ, Andrea Johana. KINETIC MODELING OF THE ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS OF PROTEINS OF VISCERAS FROM RED TILAPIA (Oreochromis sp.): EFFECT OF SUBSTRATE AND ENZYME CONCENTRATION. Vitae [online]. 2018, vol.25, n.1, pp.17-25. ISSN 0121-4004.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17533/udea.vitae.v25n1a03.

Background:

The growth of world aquaculture has generated important environmental impacts as discard residues that are important sources of protein, which has been used to manufacture low-value products, such as animal food, fish flour and fertilizers.

Objectives:

To evaluate the effect of enzyme and substrate concentration on the degree of hydrolysis (DH) of proteins in the red tilapia (Oreochromis sp.) viscera (RTV).

Methods:

The commercial alcalase 2.4 L enzyme was used at different concentrations to hydrolyse the proteins in RTV at 53.5°C and a pH of 9.5 in a 1 L magnetically stirred, jacketed, glass batch reactor connected to an automatic titrator. Each experiment was conducted over 6 h in which every consumed volume of base was recorded every 5 min to determine the corresponding DH at each point.

Results:

The results indicated that increasing the enzyme concentration produced an increase in the DH and in the reaction rate, while increasing the substrate concentration produced a decrease in both parameters. For this reason, a mathematical model was adjusted for the inhibition of substrate from the exponential kinetic equation d(DH)/dt = a*EXP[-b*(DH)] to explain the behavior of the DH as a function of substrate concentration in this hydrolytic process. The parameters a and b were estimated from a nonlinear regression. Based on these results, the reaction constants were determined as Ks = 456.75 g L-1, K2 = 1.2191 min-1, Kd = 0.2224 min-1, KM = 1.8963 and K3 = 0.1173 L g-1 min-1, which allowed the generation of a good correlation between the predicted and experimental values at the different evaluated operating conditions. This correlation was supported by a low average relative error (ARE) of 3.26%.

Conclusion:

Under evaluated experimental conditions, the kinetics of the hydrolysis reaction followed a substrate inhibition mechanism without product inhibition, which was adjusted through a typical exponential Equation that involves two parameters (a and b) associated with the kinetic constants (Ks, K2, and Kd).

Palavras-chave : Degree of hydrolysis; substrate inhibition; reaction rate; kinetic parameters; math models..

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