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a milk protein used in making e

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a water-base paint made with a protein precipitated from milk

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Recent research has shown that treating caseins with the enzyme transglutaminase, which catalyses the formation of covalent cross-links between proteins, can considerably improve the functional properties of milk proteins.
Bulk milk contained 73.5550.887 mg/mL total proteins, 19.5860.767 mg/mL lactoserum proteins and 53.9691.464 mg/mL caseins.
A variety of hydrolyzed milk formulae based on caseins with different degrees of hydrolysis (partial or extensive) are commercially available.
Furthermore, isoleucine, methionine and threonine affect milk protein (casein) synthesis when removed from the culture medium of bovine mammary epithelial cells.
Caseins are highly digestible than whey proteins and are important for growth and development of infants.
This could enhance the flexibility of the newly formed casein particles [10, 26] and thus favored the adequate rearrangement of caseins during gelation.
Puhan, "Sequence analysis of Camelus dromedarius milk caseins," Journal of Dairy Research, vol.
Review: Comparative aspects of milk caseins. Comp Biochem and Physiol B Biochem Mot Biol 1999; 124(2): 133-145.
Caseinates are the dissolvable salts acid caseins. They are composed of all the essential amino acids, have excellent nutritional properties, and have a minimum protein content of about 90%.
Milk in this research was homogenized at between 400 and 500 megapascals, disassociating the casein micelles and improving the protein's binding qualities to attach to drug molecules.
The casein family of protein consists of several types of caseins: alpha ([alpha]), beta ([beta]), and kappa ([kappa]) caseins.
Italian researchers dunked cotton, polyester and a polyester-cotton blend into a liquid formula of powdered milk proteins called caseins, which are key to making cheese.
Suvash Kafley, director of research and development explained, "Caseins are known for sustained release and satiety enhancing properties.