Application of small-angle scattering to study the effects of moisture content on a native soy protein

Blackwell Publishing
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Journal Of Applied Crystallography, 2008, 41 pp. 628 - 633
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The nano-and microstructure of glycinin, a soybean protein, has been investigated as a function of moisture for moisture contents between 4 and 21 wt%. Glycinin exhibits peaks in the small-angle region whose positions show minimal change with X-rays for
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