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1. US20220205006 - Method For Improving Yield Of Sprayed Corn Bran In Corn Wet-Milling Process

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United States of America
Application Number 17611495
Application Date 15.05.2020
Publication Number 20220205006
Publication Date 30.06.2022
Publication Kind A1
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01008Endo-1,4-beta-xylanase (3.2.1.8)
Applicants Novozymes A/S
Inventors Yi Cao
Yongzhong LIANG
Yu Zhang
Jianming Hao
Priority Data PCT/CN2019/087052 15.05.2019 CN
Title
(EN) Method For Improving Yield Of Sprayed Corn Bran In Corn Wet-Milling Process
Abstract
(EN)

Disclosed is a method for improving the yield of sprayed corn bran in a corn wet-milling process, an enzyme preparation is added in the process of separating fiber from starch and protein, the fiber residue after the enzyme preparation treatment contains less water, less starch and/or protein residue, and has a looser and more fluffy structure, the yield of the sprayed corn bran in the corn wet-milling process can be remarkably improved while ensuring normal color of the finished sprayed corn bran, that is, the amount of concentrated corn soaking solution sprayed on the fiber corn bran is significantly increased.


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