Biologically active substances of the blood of slaughter animals - a promising vector direction in the meat industry

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The blood of slaughtering animals is a valuable raw material for the production of a wide range food, medical and technical products. Domestic and foreign scientists have proved that the blood is a high-value raw material and also has specific therapeutic properties. The use of the blood for food and feeding purposes is due to its high concentration of complete proteins, mineral salts, vitamins and hormones. The article provides information on biologically active substances that can be derived from the blood of slaughtering animals, which are: angiogenin, folitiate, heparin. The biologically active substances of the blood can to a large extent change the course of biochemical reactions, which contributes to the normal functioning of the human body. For example, to influence the cytokine link of immunity, to exhibit antimicrobial properties, to inhibit the degranulation of polymorphose leukocytes, to improve blood circulation, to positively affect lipic plasma, to remove hilomicorons from blood, to reduce cholesterol level. The information provided makes it possible to identify the main prospective uses of these biologically active substances in the medical and food industries, and examples of their possible use in the manufacturing cycle of meat-based functional foods are given. In the current realities and development of the meat industry and trends in functional nutrition, the considered biologically active substances are very promising and relevant for use in the manufacturing cycle of meat products for deterministic population groups.


Biologically active substances, angiogenin, meat products, functional food, parts of the blood, basophils, heparin

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IDR: 140261169   |   DOI: 10.20914/2310-1202-2021-2-72-78

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