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PROTEIN COMPOSITIONS FOR FOODSTUFFS; WORKING-UP PROTEINS FOR FOODSTUFFS; PHOSPHATIDE COMPOSITIONS FOR FOODSTUFFS (fodder A23K; protein compositions or phosphatide compositions for pharmaceuticals A61K; phosphatides per se C07F 9/10; proteins per se C07K) [2013‑01]
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Obtaining protein compositions for foodstuffs; Bulk opening of eggs and separation of yolks from whites (preparation of glue C09H) [2013‑01]
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A23J 1/001
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{
from waste materials, e.g. kitchen waste
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/002
. .
{
from animal waste materials (A23J 1/10 takes precedence)
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/003
. .
{
from animal excrements, e.g. poultry manure
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/004
. .
{
from waste products of dairy plant (whey A23J 1/20)
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/005
. .
{
from vegetable waste materials
}
[2013‑01]
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A23J 1/006
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{
from vegetable materials (A23J 1/005, A23J 1/12 and A23J 1/14 take precedence)
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/007
. .
{
from leafy vegetables, e.g. alfalfa, clover, grass
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/008
.
{
from micro-organisms (A23J 1/18 takes precedence)
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/009
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{
from unicellular algae (seaweed A23J 1/006)
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/02
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from meat [2013‑01]
A23J 1/04
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from fish or other sea animals (for animal feeding-stuff A23K 1/10) [2013‑01]
A23J 1/06
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from blood (for animal feeding-stuff A23K 1/04; plastic materials from blood C08H 1/00) [2013‑01]
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A23J 1/08
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from eggs [2013‑01]
A23J 1/09
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separating yolks from whites [2013‑01]
A23J 1/10
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from hair, feathers, horn, skins, leather, bones, or the like [2013‑01]
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A23J 1/12
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from cereals, wheat, bran, or molasses [2013‑01]
A23J 1/125
. .
{
by treatment involving enzymes or micro-organisms (enzymatic hydrolysis of proteins A23J 3/34)
}
[2013‑01]
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A23J 1/14
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from leguminous or other vegetable seeds; from press-cake or oil-bearing seeds [2013‑01]
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A23J 1/142
. .
{
by extracting with organic solvents
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/144
. . .
{
Desolventization
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/146
. .
{
by using wave energy or electric current
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/148
. .
{
by treatment involving enzymes or micro-organisms (enzymatic hydrolysis of proteins A23J 3/34)
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/16
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from waste water of starch-manufacturing plant or like wastes [2013‑01]
A23J 1/18
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from yeasts [2013‑01]
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A23J 1/20
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from milk, e.g. casein (curds or cheese A23C); from whey [2013‑01]
A23J 1/202
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{
Casein or caseinates
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/205
. .
{
from whey, e.g. lactalbumine
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/207
. .
{
Co-precipitates of casein and lactalbumine
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 1/22
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Drying casein [2013‑01]
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Working-up of proteins for foodstuffs [2013‑01]
NOTE

  • In groups A23J 3/04 to A23J 3/20, in the absence of an indication to the contrary, classification is made in the last appropriate place
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A23J 3/04
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Animal proteins [2013‑01]
A23J 3/06
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Gelatine [2013‑01]
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A23J 3/08
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Dairy proteins [2013‑01]
A23J 3/10
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Casein (drying casein A23J 1/22) [2013‑01]
A23J 3/12
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from blood [2013‑01]
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A23J 3/14
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Vegetable proteins [2013‑01]
A23J 3/16
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from soybean [2013‑01]
A23J 3/18
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from wheat [2013‑01]
A23J 3/20
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Proteins from micro-organisms or unicellular algae [2013‑01]
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A23J 3/22
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by texturising [2013‑01]
NOTE

A23J 3/222
. .
{
Texturising casein
}
[2013‑01]
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A23J 3/225
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{
Texturised simulated foods with high protein content (synthetic caviar see A23L 1/3285)
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 3/227
. . .
{
Meat-like textured foods (meat extenders A23L 1/31)
}
[2013‑01]
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A23J 3/24
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using freezing [2013‑01]
A23J 3/245
. . .
{
Texturising casein using freezing
}
[2013‑01]
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A23J 3/26
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using extrusion or expansion [2013‑01]
A23J 3/265
. . .
{
Texturising casein using extrusion or expansion
}
[2013‑01]
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A23J 3/28
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using coagulation from or in a bath, e.g. spun fibres [2013‑01]
A23J 3/285
. . .
{
Texturising casein using coagulation from or in a bath
}
[2013‑01]
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A23J 3/30
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by hydrolysis [2013‑01]
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A23J 3/32
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using chemical agents [2013‑01]
A23J 3/325
. . .
{
of casein
}
[2013‑01]
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A23J 3/34
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using enzymes [2013‑01]
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A23J 3/341
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{
of animal proteins
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 3/342
. . . . .
{
of collagen; of gelatin
}
[2013‑01]
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A23J 3/343
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{
of dairy proteins
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 3/344
. . . . . .
{
of casein
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 3/345
. . . . .
{
of blood proteins
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 3/346
. . . .
{
of vegetable proteins
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 3/347
. . . .
{
of proteins from microorganisms or unicellular algae
}
[2013‑01]
A23J 3/348
. . . .
{
of proteins obtained from waste materials (A23J 3/341, A23J 3/346 take precedence)
}
[2013‑01]
Phosphatide compositions for foodstuffs, e.g. lecithin [2013‑01]
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