However, the digestibility of AA in low raffinose and stachyose
SBM was not different from that in conventional SBM [8,9].
extract from Rehmannia glutinosa Libosch.
Degradation of stachyose
, raffinose, melibiose, and sources by different Tempe producing Rhizopus fungi.
Therefore, Catucai showed the higher absolute values and significant increases after the three cycles at 13/4[degrees]C (except for stachyose
after chilling exposure) of the soluble sugars related with osmotic regulation and membrane stabilization and protection (MORSY et al.
and other species of the Cucurbitaceae contain, besides the main sugars glucose, fructose and sucrose, oligosaccharides such as raffinose, stachyose
and verbascose [39,40,,18,19].
27) and negatively correlated with stachyose
content (r = -0.
These three waste sugars - raffinose, stachyose
, and verbascose - account for up to 6 percent of the weight of the soybeans, says Kuo.
The report focuses on eleven commercial categories of functional oligosaccharides in China, including isomalto-oligosaccharide, fructo-oligosaccharide, xylo-oligosaccharide, galacto oligosaccharide, stachyose
, raffinose, soy-oligosaccharide, isomaltulose, chitosan-oligosaccharide, trehalose, and malto-oligosaccharide.
Fermentation with fungi also successfully reduces the amount of stachyose
and raffinose in SBM which contains approximately 52 g/kg stchyose and 11 g/kg raffinose (Cervantes-Pahm and Stein, 2010).
Disaccharides (sucrose, stachyose
, and fibrulose) and oligosaccharides were determined by HPLC.
Researchers were able to reduce the levels of flatulence-causing stachyose
and raffinose by 92% and 80% by germinating the soybeans in the presence of R.
i] and by a substantial decrease in both raffinose and stachyose
in the most highly characterized lines.