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By Gary R. Takeoka, Roy Teranishi, Patrick J. Williams, Akio Kobayashi

Highlights the effect of biotechnology at the nutrients and discusses suggestions for generating new and better uncooked fabrics. info the most recent analytical method for characterizing items generated by way of biotechnology. Describes the new release of flavors from precursors through enzymes and microorganisms. Discusses the development of chimeric enzymes with more suitable homes. reports the impression of recent plant crop regulators on crop yield and caliber.

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As described above, e-(7-Glu)Lys bonds formed by transglu­ taminase reaction are covalent bonds and stable even with temperature changes. The thermal stability of protein gel structure transglutaminase-treated is improved by e-(7-Glu)Lys bonds formed inter/intra protein molecules. Gelation of gelatin is a phenomenon dependent on thermal changes, and the gels are thermoreversible. The gelatin gel is stabilized by hydrophobic bonds, so if it is heated to certain temperatures, it turns to a sol or solution state.

It is our hope that we can embrace and apply the technology in the competitive world market place. The applications in food and agriculture are essentially unlimited. The opportunity for biotechnology to yield financial impact is dependent on consumer acceptance and regulation without strangulation. Manufacturers and scientists must work together to develop appropriate changes, while keeping regulators in the loop. Early discussions with regulatory bodies and open sharing of data will help the producer as well as the regulator expedite commercialization of the new technology.

The FDA stated its view of labeling biotechnology-derived foods in 1992. It said that labels must appear if a food derived from a new plant variety differs from its traditional counterpart such that the common or usual name no longer applies or if a safety or usage issue exists. For example, new allergenicity without a label could be misleading. However, the genetic method used to develop the new variety is immaterial because no evidence exists that new bioengineered foods are different with respect to safety and therefore should not be labeled.

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