Journal of Current Research in Food Science
2021, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part B
A study of biotechnology advances in the production of lactobionate by different processing methods
Author(s): Shinde EM, Gajmal DB, Pawar VS and Rodge SM
Abstract: Lactobionic acid is a sugar acid. It is a disaccharide formed from gluconic acid and galactose. It can be formed by oxidation of lactose. The carboxylate anion of lactobionic acid is known as lactobionate. Lactobionate (LBA) is a bionic acid that occurs naturally in foods. As an antioxidant, chelator, and moisturiser, the compound has a long list of established benefits. As a result, this study discusses existing LBA production processes, general applications and regulations, potential prospects, and an overview of the difficulties the food industry faces in incorporating the acid into their products.
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Shinde EM, Gajmal DB, Pawar VS, Rodge SM. A study of biotechnology advances in the production of lactobionate by different processing methods. J Curr Res Food Sci 2021;2(2):94-97.