Protein Denaturation Virtual Lab

Time to complete course: 41 min.

About the Protein Denaturation Virtual Lab Simulation

In the Protein Denaturation lab, you will learn the different ways to denature proteins and their relation to food science. You will perform various experiments using ovalbumin, the primary protein found in eggs, in order to understand the chemical and physical causes of protein denaturation, and how it affects food texture. Will you be able to unravel the mysteries of cooking an egg?

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Learn the different ways of denaturing proteins and learn about their importance in food science.

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Learning Objectives

At the end of this simulation, you will be able to…

  • Understand what protein denaturation is
  • Understand how interactions between side groups influence the protein structure
  • Understand the chemical causes of protein denaturation
  • Understand the physical causes of protein denaturation
  • Remember the steps involved in protein denaturation
  • Understand the results of protein denaturation and how food texture changes as a result of it (coagulation)
  • Understand how biotechnology is used in daily life

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Collaborators

Sara R. Milillo Ph.D.

Sara R. Milillo Ph.D.

Director of Math and Science

Bay Path University

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