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ca·sein

 (kā′sēn′, -sē-ĭn)
n.
A protein that is the major component of milk. It is the basis of cheese and is used in food products and in certain adhesives and paints.

[Ultimately from Latin cāseus, cheese.]
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casein

(ˈkeɪsɪɪn; -siːn)
n
(Biochemistry) a phosphoprotein, precipitated from milk by the action of rennin, forming the basis of cheese: used in the manufacture of plastics and adhesives. Also called (US): paracasein
[C19: from Latin cāseus cheese + -in]
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ca•sein

(ˈkeɪ sin, -si ɪn, keɪˈsin)

n.
1. a protein precipitated from milk, as by rennet, and forming the basis of cheese and certain plastics.
2.
a. an emulsion made from a solution of this precipitated protein, water, and ammonia carbonate.
b. a paint in which this emulsion is used as a binder.
[1835–45; < Latin cāse(us) cheese1 + -in1]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.casein - a milk protein used in making e.g. plastics and adhesives
phosphoprotein - containing chemically bound phosphoric acid
2.casein - a water-base paint made with a protein precipitated from milk
water-base paint - paint in which water is used as the vehicle
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Translations

casein

[ˈkeɪsɪɪn] n (Chem) → caseina
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ca·sein

n. caseína, proteína principal de la leche.
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[USPRwire, Wed Sep 04 2019] Milk protein crisps are sourced from the casein protein and can be used in nutritional supplements and food products such as high protein bars, breakfast cereals and sports nutrition supplements.
[ClickPress, Wed Sep 04 2019] Milk protein crisps are sourced from the casein protein and can be used in nutritional supplements and food products such as high protein bars, breakfast cereals and sports nutrition supplements.
'If you have cow milk allergy or intolerance, camel milk is a great option since it lacks the A1 casein protein and lactoglobulin, found in cow milk,' he said.
In one condition, the study participants drank a casein protein shake 30 minutes after a workout and a taste-matched placebo shake 30 minutes before bed.
Cows' milk is a combination of water, whey and casein protein, globules of fat, lactose, and some vitamins and minerals.
I'd only recommend the use of these if necessary and if opting to use one, I'd select a whey or casein protein.
[4] Apart from the benefit of enhanced protein absorption, few unpublished in vitro data have shown a similar protease enzyme, aminogen hydrolyzes whey, soy, and casein protein to produce peptides that inhibit angiotensin converting enzymes which may cause decrease in the diastolic blood pressure.
curcas seed meal showed no significant (P<0.05) differences with control (fed with casein protein).
''The casein protein in goat or camel milk is not easily digested in infants below one year.
The percentage of each casein protein was determined by sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis gel electrophoresis according to the method of Criscione et al [14], and quantitative analyses by densitometry (GS-800 calibrated densitometer; Bio-Rad Laboratories, Hercules, CA, USA).
Table 2: Casein protein distribution of camel, bovine, and human milk.
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