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Biography Tone Aspevik
I have a PhD regarding enzymatic hydrolysis of marine by-products. In short terms: I have used salmon fish heads and backbones to make protein powder (protein hydrolsates). The focus of my project have been a greater understanding of the formation of bitter tastes and ways to avoid and reduce this. I have good competence within use of commercial enzymes for protein hydrolysis, along with knowledge of chemical, sensory and surface-active properties of protein hydrolysates.
Tone has 5 scientific publications in Cristin:
Aspevik, Tone; Oterhals, Åge; Rønning, Sissel Beate; Altintzoglou, Themistoklis; Wubshet, Sileshi Gizachhew; Gildberg, Asbjørn; Afseth, Nils Kristian; Whitaker, Ragnhild D.; Lindberg, Diana; 2017: Valorization of proteins from co- and by-products from the fish and meat industry
Aspevik, Tone; 2016: Fish protein hydrolysates based on Atlantic salmon by-products -Enzyme-cost efficiency and characterization of sensory, surface-active and nutritional properties. Dissertation for the degree of phisosophiae doctor (PhD)
Shea, JL; Mochizuki, T; Sagvaag, Vivian; Aspevik, Tone; Bjørkum, Alvhild Alette; Datta, S; 2008: Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep homeostatic regulatory processes in the rat: Changes in the sleep-wake stages and electroencephalographic power spectra