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Inverse relationships between biomarkers and beef tenderness according to contractile and metabolic properties of the muscle

Abstract : Previous proteomic analyses established a list of proteins biomarkers of beef tenderness. The present study quantified the relative abundance of 21 of these proteins by dot-blot technique in the Longissimus thoracis and Semitendinosus muscles of 71 young bulls from three breeds. Aberdeen Angus (AA), Limousin (LI), and Blond d'Aquitaine (BA). For both muscles overall tenderness was estimated by sensory analysis; shear force was measured with a Warner-Bratzler instrument, and an i ndex combining sensory and mechanical measurements was calculated. Multiple regressions based on relative abundances of these proteins were used to propose equations of prediction of the three evaluations of tenderness. HSP70 1B appeared to be a heavy chian IIx, and small heat shock proteins (Hsp27, Hsp20; and alpha B-crystallin) were related to tenderness but inversely according to the muscle and breed. The results demonstrate that prediction of tenderness must take into account muscle characteristics and animal type
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Brigitte Picard, Mohammed Gagaoua, Didier Micol, Isabelle Cassar-Malek, Jean-François Hocquette, et al.. Inverse relationships between biomarkers and beef tenderness according to contractile and metabolic properties of the muscle. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, American Chemical Society, 2014, 62 (40), pp.9808 - 9818. ⟨10.1021/jf501528s⟩. ⟨hal-02636820⟩

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