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Effect Of Adding Salt During The Diafiltration Step Of Milk Protein Concentrate Powder Manufacture On Mineral And Soluble Protein Composition, Vandna Sikand, Phillip S. Tong, John Walker Jul 2013

Effect Of Adding Salt During The Diafiltration Step Of Milk Protein Concentrate Powder Manufacture On Mineral And Soluble Protein Composition, Vandna Sikand, Phillip S. Tong, John Walker

Dairy Science

Milk protein concentrate (MPC) powders offer a great potential for use in an array of food applications because of their nutritional and functional values. However, MPC powders with protein content ≥80% (MPC80) exhibit poor solubility and hence restrict their potential use. The objective of this study was to determine the impact of adding salt during the diafiltration stage of MPC80 manufacture on solubility, turbidity, and to compare minerals and protein content of supernatants of ultracentrifuged samples with control sample. Three types of samples were produced: MPC80-C (control) with or without salt treatment, MPC80-Na (150 mM NaCl), and MPC80-K (150 mM ...


Validation Of Ed-Xrf As A Reliable Method For Determining The Mineral Composition Of Skim Milk Powders, Salvador Uson, Chad Immoos, Rafael Jiménez-Flores Jan 2006

Validation Of Ed-Xrf As A Reliable Method For Determining The Mineral Composition Of Skim Milk Powders, Salvador Uson, Chad Immoos, Rafael Jiménez-Flores

Dairy Science

Abstract of paper presented at the 2006 Joint Annual Meeting of the American Dairy Science Association & the American Society of Animal Science.