milking the health benefits of milk
- `Whey-ty' developments in milk proteins. O'Donnell, Claudia D. // Prepared Foods;May96, Vol. 165 Issue 6, p91
Reports that the milk industry in the United States is trying to improve the quality of milk-derived ingredients, and to utilize their problem-solving abilities. Research funded by the United States dairy farmers, and Dairy Management Incorporated; Uses of milk proteins in food preparation;...
- DISTINGUISHING RAW, PASTEURIZED, UHT-TREATED AND BATH- STERILIZED COMMERCIAL MILKS BY THEIR INTERACTION WITH IMMUNOPROBES AGAINST CASEINS AND WHEY PROTEINS. Fukal, L.; Karamonova, L.; Rauch, E.; Wyatt, G.M.; Vitkova, M. // Italian Journal of Food Science;2002, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p207
Polyclonal antibodies were raised against ten immunogens (five native and the same five pasteurized milk proteins: a+?-casein, ?-casein, whole casein, a-lactalbumin, and ?-lactoglobulin). Indirect competitive enzyme immunoassays with these antibodies were used to assess their ability to...
- Milk protein % key to profits. Buss, Jessica // Farmers Weekly;4/5/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 14, p44
Highlights the value of higher milk protein percentages on top dairy farms in Teagasc's intensive advisory program in Ireland. Projected increase in the average protein in Irish milk; Key to increased protein production.
- Study of the Mechanism of the Proteolytic Stage of Enzymatic Coagulation of Milk Casein. Osintsev, A. M.; Qvist, K. B. // Colloid Journal;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p192
Dependence of the rate constant of the enzymatic stage of casein coagulation in milk on the concentration of casein micelles is analyzed. The dependences for a number of limiting cases that are satisfactorily consistent with published experimental data are estimated.
- Dietary intervention in infancy may prevent beta-cell autoimmunity. Foster, Melissa // Endocrine Today;Dec2010, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p27
The article focuses on a study which examined if supplementing breast milk with casein hydrosylate formula may have a long-lasting effect on beta-cell autoimmunity markers that may lead to type 1 diabetes.
- Caseins, caseinates and hydrolysates. Mann, E.J. // Dairy Industries International;Sep96, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p13
Focuses on the growing importance of casein production to the food industry. Superior quality of milk proteins over plant proteins; Improvement in the yield and functional characteristics of meat and poultry products.
- A second skin. Clare, Russ // Dairy Industries International;Jun2000, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p27
Explores the use of milk proteins in food preservation. Edible films and coatings for food preservation; Development of effective films for food preservation; Prospect of applications arising from milk protein film technology.
- Modulation of immune function by a modified bovine whey protein concentrate. Cross, Martin L; Gill, Harsharnjit S // Immunology & Cell Biology;Aug1999, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p345
The commercial preparation of dairy foodstuffs generates large volumes of by-products, many of which have as yet undocumented effects on mammalian immune function. In the present report, a modified whey protein concentrate (mWPC), derived as a by-product from the commercial manufacture of...
- Ripe for Controversy. Kunzig, Robert // Discover;Nov2001, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p26
Focuses on raw-milk cheese in France. Origin of the evolution of milk to cheese; Role of bacteria in the evolution; Functions of microbe strains in breaking down milk proteins.