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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.]

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]

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]
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
Translations

casein

[ˈkeɪsɪɪn] n (Chem) → caseina

ca·sein

n. caseína, proteína principal de la leche.
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Food and Drug Administration classifies sodium caseinate as a non-dairy product, because it is altered so much during processing that it Is no longer regarded as a true dairy substance.
Sodium caseinate (NaCas) has been examined for use in LBC delivery systems.
Food and Drug Administration classifies sodium caseinate as a nondairy product, because it is altered so much during processing that it is no longer regarded as a true dairy substance.
2012a) also reported that the use of fat replacers like xanthan gum and sodium caseinate increased the moisture and protein levels in Cheddar cheese, probably due to hygroscopic properties of the ingredients.
Soy proteins are now used to stabilize food emulsions, which were conventionally stabilized by sodium caseinate (a milk protein).
The aim of this study was to encapsulate d-limonene using a spray drying technique to evaluate the influence of different agents with surface active properties (tween 20, tween 60, sodium caseinate and low methoxyl pectin) on some of the quality features of the product obtained and to assess the overall performance of the drying process for the purpose of industrialization.
However at industrial scale it is prepared by acidification method which later on after dissolving in saturated solution of NaOH changed to sodium caseinate.
The inactive ingredients are honey, molasses powder, nature identical chicken flavor, sodium caseinate and tartaric acid.
So ang ginawa ay inencapsulate siya so puwede nating isipin na parang binalutan mo 'yung bioactive compound with a wall material composed of sodium caseinate and lactose - both are food grade.
The concentrations for each of the co-precipitators (calcium hydroxide, sodium carbonate, sodium caseinate and kieselguhr) were set at 1M, 2M and 3M.
Read package labels carefully Steer dear of products high in salt (soy sauce, garlic or celery salt, Worcestershire sauce) or other high-sodium ingredients (look for monosodium glutamate [MSG], sodium benzoate, sodium bicarbonate or baking powder, sodium caseinate, sodium nitrate, and sodium saccharin in ingredient lists).
The cooking loss and total fluid release was significantly higher in low sodium frankfurter containing transglutaminase, KCl, sodium caseinate and dietary fibre as salt replacers (Jimenez-Colmenero et al.

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