Citations with the tag: MILK proteins
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- `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;...
- 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...
- 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...
- 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.
- Biofunctional Peptides from Milk Proteins: Mineral Binding and Cytomodulatory Effects.
Meisel, H.; FitzGerald, R.J. // Current Pharmaceutical Design; Jun2003, Vol. 9 Issue 16, p1289
The protein fraction of milk contains many valuable components and biologically active substances. Moreover, milk proteins are precursors of many different biologically active peptides which are inactive within the sequence of the precursor protein but can be released by enzymatic proteolysis....
- Antibacterial and Antiviral Effects of Milk Proteins and Derivatives Thereof.
Floris, Ren�; Recio, Isidra; Berkhout, Ben; Visser, Servaas // Current Pharmaceutical Design; Jun2003, Vol. 9 Issue 16, p1257
Milk forms a rich source of biologically interesting components. In particular, its protein fraction is known to encompass many kinds of biological functions. In this review we focus on antibacterial and antiviral properties of milk proteins and milk protein derivatives. The latter include...
- Biodefense Properties of Milk: The Role of Antimicrobial Proteins and Peptides.
Clare, D.A.; Catignani, G.L.; Swaisgood, H.E. // Current Pharmaceutical Design; Jun2003, Vol. 9 Issue 16, p1239
Mammary fluids, colostrum and milk, deliver nature's first host defense systems upon birth, and these essential liquids are critical for survival of the neonate. The identification and characterization of anti-infectious proteins were among the early scientific discoveries and this group of...
- GAO Report Reconfirms MPC Benefits.
Clare, D.A.; Catignani, G.L.; Swaisgood, H.E. // Dairy Field; Mar2001, Vol. 184 Issue 3, p13
Focuses on the support of the Government Accounting Office on the production of milk protein concentrates (MPC) by local dairy manufacturers in the United States. Significance of MPC on cheese and food processing; Process of ultrafiltration technology; Factor affecting the growth of MPC imports.
- Composition of the milk of the marsupial quokka, Setonix brachyurus.
Clare, D.A.; Catignani, G.L.; Swaisgood, H.E. // Australasian Medical Journal; Jan2010, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p119
An abstract of the article "Composition of the milk of the marsupial quokka, Setonix brachyurus," by S.J. Miller, R. Bencini, and P.E. Hartmann is presented.
- Study links milk to cancer growth reduction.
Clare, D.A.; Catignani, G.L.; Swaisgood, H.E. // Dairy Industries International; Nov2012, Vol. 77 Issue 11, p7
The article informs that the milk proteins have anticancer properties which significantly reduce the growth rate of the cancer cells as reported by a group of scientists in Sweden.
Schlegel, Rolf H. J. // Encyclopedic Dictionary of Plant Breeding & Related Subjects; 2003, p75
A definition of the term "Casein," which refers to a protein precipitated in milk and sometimes used for in vitro techniques, is presented.
Schlegel, Rolf H. J. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009); 2009, Issue 21, p379
A definition of the term "casein," which refers to the principal protein in milk that forms curds at acid pH, is presented.
- Milk Protein Allergy in Infants.
Hunter, Beatric Trum // Consumers' Research Magazine; Sep99, Vol. 82 Issue 9, p8
Provides information on milk protein allergy in infants and young children. Percentage of infants that develop milk protein allergy; Number of different proteins contained in cow's milk; Symptoms observed in cow's milk protein allergy.
- Calcium competition.
Krizmanic, Judy // Vegetarian Times; Feb94, Issue 198, p16
Reports on a study that proves that calcium from dairy products builds better bones. Claim from vegetarians; Link between high levels of animal protein and hip fracture; Documentation of the cause-and-effect relationship.
- Microfiltrating Milk.
Berry, Donna // Dairy Foods; Feb2001, Vol. 102 Issue 2, p40
Reports that reversing the cheesemaking process through the microfiltration permeate will produce milk proteins instead of whey. Details of the process.
- Milk and constipation.
Berry, Donna // Pediatrics for Parents; 1995, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p5
Reports on the relationship between cow milk protein and chronic constipation in young children based on a study conducted in the United States originally published in the January 1995 issue of `The Journal of Pediatrics.' Age bracket; Diagnostic criteria; Allergic possibility.
- Antioxidant activity of ovine casein hydrolysates: identification of active peptides by HPLC�MS/MS.
Iv�n L�pez-Exp�sito; Anne Pihlanto; Mercedes Ramos; Isidra Recio // European Food Research & Technology; Aug2008, Vol. 227 Issue 4, p1061
Abstract��This paper shows the potential role of different ovine casein fractions and their hydrolysates to exert antioxidant activity. ABTS�+ decolorization assay was used to evaluate the antioxidant activity of the casein fractions (�-, ?- and as-caseins) before and after their...
- Lactoferricin Derived From Milk Protein Lactoferrin.
Wakabayashi, H.; Takase, M.; Tomita, M. // Current Pharmaceutical Design; Jun2003, Vol. 9 Issue 16, p1277
Lactoferricin (LFcin) was initially identified as an antimicrobial peptide derived by pepsin digestion of lactoferrin (LF), a multifunctional innate-defense protein in milk. Various synthetic analogs of LFcin have also been reported. LFcin inhibits a diverse range of microorganisms such as...
- Antimicrobial Peptides from Food Proteins.
Pellegrini, Antonio // Current Pharmaceutical Design; Jun2003, Vol. 9 Issue 16, p1225
Antimicrobial peptides are present in men, animals and plants and represent an important component of the innate immunity. Nevertheless they can also be generated through proteolytical digestion of food proteins. Thus, food proteins can be regarded not only for their nutritive value but also as...
- Accentuate the positive.
Maas, Hans // Dairy Industries International; Nov97, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p35
Explains the impact of milk proteins on the characteristics of yogurts. Several factors that determine the structure and stability of yogurts; Application of techniques to characterize yogurt structure; Effect of type of protein used for yogurt.
- 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.
- Heart of whey.
Foster, Melissa // Dairy Industries International; Sep2002, Vol. 67 Issue 9, p19
Discusses the findings that hydrolyzed whey proteins can reduced blood pressure. Monitoring of systolic and diastolic blood pressure; Mechanism of action of hydrolyzed whey proteins; Used of hydrolyzed proteins in dairy products.
- Calf protein benefit is not proven.
Buss, Jessica // Farmers Weekly; 4/22/2005, Vol. 142 Issue 16, p40
Reports on the difference between the results of U.S. and Irish studies on the benefit of increasing crude protein content in milk replacers for calves. Suggested increase in milk replacer protein content by U.S. studies; Statistics on the growth rate of calves fed with low and high protein...
- milking the health benefits of milk.
Lofshult, Diane // IDEA Fitness Journal; Nov/Dec2007, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p74
The article presents information on milk. Ninety-eight percent of the milk sold in the U.S. is fortified with vitamin D. Milk with 2 percent, 1 percent, and fat-free milk are usually fortified with vitamin A because when fat is removed from milk, vitamin A is removed in the process. Mineral...
- Toward Separating Alpha-lactalbumin and Beta-lactoglobulin Proteins from Whey through Cation-exchange Adsorption.
El-Sayed, Mayyada; Chase, Howard // AIP Conference Proceedings; 5/8/2009, Vol. 1127 Issue 1, p38
This paper describes the cation-exchange adsorption of the two major whey proteins, alpha-lactalbumin (ALA) and beta-lactoglobulin (BLG) with the purpose of establishing a process for isolating them from cow�s milk whey. The single- and two-component adsorption of 1.5 mg/ml ALA and 3 mg/ml BLG...
- THE EFFECTS OF DIETARY PROTEIN LEVELS ON MILK PROTEIN LEVELS AND POSTNATAL GROWTH IN LABORATORY MICE (MUS MUSCULUS).
Miller Derrickson, Elissa; Lowas, Stefanie R. // Journal of Mammalogy; Dec2007, Vol. 88 Issue 6, p1475
Changes in diet quality may be as important as changes in energy availability in the reproductive success of small mammals. The effect of dietary protein on fitness of females is most likely mediated by changes in yield or composition of milk. Mus musculus was used as a model to test whether...
- Milk protein fights tooth decay.
Miller Derrickson, Elissa; Lowas, Stefanie R. // Dairy Industries International; Jun95, Vol. 60 Issue 6, p5
Cites the eventual release in Australian supermarkets of a milk-based ingredient, the protein casein phosphopeptide (CPP), that can be used as a food additive to prevent and repair tooth decay. Clinical trials of CPP; Collaborative development of CPP between ICI Australia and Bonlac Foods.
- Milk proteins in ice cream.
Westerbeek, Hans // Dairy Industries International; Jun96, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p21
Explains the important role of milk proteins in the physical attributes of ice creams. Strong influence on the organoleptic properties of ice creams; Production techniques of whey derivatives for application in ice creams; Economical advantage obtained by industry when applying different milk...
- Cool, calm and collected.
Lefranc, Catherine // Dairy Industries International; Jun2001, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p36
Focuses on Prodiet F 200, a milk protein hydrolysate with anti-stress properties from ingredient manufacturer Ingredia. How the milk protein was developed; Results of its pre-clinical studies on rats; Findings of the human clinical trials of Prodiet F 200.
- Healthy products made even healthier.
Lindley, Mike // Dairy Industries International; Jan2002, Vol. 67 Issue 1, p14
Presents information on the nutritional content of dairy foods in the United States. Functional ingredients added in dairy foods; Major protein groups found in milk; Details of dairy products with active probiotic bacteria; Discussion on the fortification of dairy products.
- Milk protein derivative could help prevent HIV infection.
Lindley, Mike // Chemical Business; May96, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p23
No abstract available.
- Clinical practice. Diagnosis and treatment of cow�s milk allergy.
Frank Kneepkens, C. M.; Meijer, Yolanda // European Journal of Pediatrics; Aug2009, Vol. 168 Issue 8, p891
Cow�s milk allergy (CMA) is thought to affect 2�3% of infants. The signs and symptoms are nonspecific and may be difficult to objectify, and as the diagnosis requires cow�s milk elimination followed by challenge, often, children are considered cow�s milk allergic without proven...
- Science Update.
Frank Kneepkens, C. M.; Meijer, Yolanda // Agricultural Research; Jun2003, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p23
Presents updates on science and scientific discoveries as of June 2003. Issuance of a patent for a method to modify milk proteins; Advantage of using Pseudomonas putida in apple orchards; Result of tests on termiticide with low concentrations of naphthalemic; Roles of genes in human health.
- Concerns Erupt Over MPC Imports.
Huffman, J. Mark // Dairy Foods; Feb2001, Vol. 102 Issue 2, p15
Focuses on the concerns of dairy producers surrounding the use of milk protein concentrate (MPC) in cheese in Wisconsin. Inspection of all cheese plants; Increase in MPC exports.
- Cow's milk protein allergy and hypoallergenic formulas.
Wyllie, Robert // Clinical Pediatrics; Oct96, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p497
Editorial. Comments on cow's milk protein allergy and hypoallergenic formulas. Clinical signs and symptoms; Management of allergy.
- Allergic Constipation: Association with Infantile Milk Allergy.
Vanderhoof, Jon A.; Perry, Deborah; Hanner, Terri L.; Young, Rosemar J. // Clinical Pediatrics; Jul2001, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p399
Presents information on a study which investigated the association between allergic constipation and infantile milk allergy. Information on the patients; Methodology; Account of related literature.
- CHEMICAL AND MICROBIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF EWE MILK CHEESE (LOS PEDROCHES) MADE WITH A POWDERED VEGETABLE COAGULANT OR CALF RENNET.
Tejada, L.; Fernandez-Salguero, J. // Italian Journal of Food Science; 2003, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p125
A powdered vegetable coagulant obtained from the flowers of cardoon (Cynara cardunculus) was compared with calf rennet in batches of Los Pedroches cheese, by determining different chemical, biochemical, microbiological and sensory parameters, which were monitored over 3 months of ripening. For...
- Inhibition of adhesion of Streptococcus mutans to hydroxylapatite by commercial dairy powders and individual milk proteins.
R. Halpin; M. O�Connor; A. McMahon; C. Boughton; E. O�Riordan; M. O�Sullivan; D. Brady // European Food Research & Technology; Sep2008, Vol. 227 Issue 5, p1499
Abstract��The aim of this study was to investigate the inhibitory effect of various dairy powders and milk constituents on the adhesion of a clinical isolate of Streptococcus mutans to hydroxylapatite (HA), an analogue of tooth enamel. Adhesion of a microorganism to a cell surface such as...
- Use of polyethylenimine-modified magnetic nanoparticles for highly specific enrichment of phosphopeptides for mass spectrometric analysis.
Cheng-Tung Chen; Lee-Yih Wang; Yen-Peng Ho // Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry; Apr2011, Vol. 399 Issue 8, p2795
Phosphopeptides have been isolated and concentrated by use of polyethyleneimine (PEI)-modified magnetic nanoparticles as an extremely specific affinity probe. The particles specifically captured phosphopeptides from a tryptic digest of a protein mixture that contained 0.07% (mole/mole)...
- A Role for Milk Proteins and their Peptides in Cancer Prevention.
Parodi, P. W. // Current Pharmaceutical Design; Mar2007, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p813
A role for the amount and type of dietary protein in the etiology of cancer has not been studied extensively. Nevertheless, there is no compelling evidence from epidemiological studies to indicate that protein, at levels usually consumed, is a risk factor for cancer. On the other hand, animal...
- Clinical efficacy of casein derivatives: A systematic review of the literature.
Azarpazhooh, Amir; Limeback, Hardy // Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA); Jul2008, Vol. 139 Issue 7, p915
The article presents a systematic review of the clinical trials of casein derivatives that are utilized in dentistry. The review included clinical studies that examined the effectiveness of casein derivatives, particularly the casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP-ACP) complex,...
- STRENGTH, WEAKNESS, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES OF BUFFALO PRODUCTION IN KERALA.
Saseendran, P. C. // Journal of Indian Veterinary Association; Dec2010, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p10
The article offers information on the contribution of buffaloes production in the progress of animal husbandry sector in Kerala, India. It states that buffaloes contribute 60 percent of the milk production in India. It mentions that the percentage of protein is more in buffalo milk as compared...
- In vitro adhesion and invasion inhibition of Shigella dysenteriae, Shigella flexneri and Shigella sonnei clinical strains by human milk proteins.
Da Motta Willer, Emerson; De Louren�o Lima, Renato; Giugliano, Loreny Gimenes // BMC Microbiology; 2004, Vol. 4, p1
Background: Shigella is the etiological agent of shigellosis, a disease responsible for more than 500,000 deaths of children per year, in developing countries. These pathogens colonize the intestinal colon, invade, spreading to the other enterocytes. Breastfeeding plays a very important role in...
- Good forage, good protein.
Davies, Robert // Farmers Weekly; 5/24/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 21, p51
Reports on the increase in milk protein output experienced by dairy demonstration farms in Wales through improving cow management, forage quality and winter rationing. Factor in achieving the improvements; Keys to getting good yields and enhanced milk protein during winter; Role of fermentation.
Davies, Robert // British Baker; 2/13/2009, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p8
This section offers news briefs related to bakeries in Great Britain. A revised health and safety booklet was produced by the Federation of Bakers. An allergy alert was issued by the Foods Standards Agency after crumpets produced by British Bakeries were found to have traces of milk protein that...
- Functional process for MPC.
Getler, J; Nielsen, A // Dairy Industries International; Mar1997, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p25
Describes the process of ultrafiltration, evaporation and spray drying to obtain a high quality milk protein concentrate. Use and composition of milk protein concentrate (MPC); The well-known technique for concentration of protein; Importance of diafiltration in the filtration process;...