lactoglobulin


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lactoglobulin

(ˌlæktəʊˈɡlɒbjʊlɪn)
n
(Biochemistry) biochem any of a number of globular proteins found in milk
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Subirade, "Interaction of Lactoglobulin with resveratrol and its biological implications," Biomacromolecules, vol.
Milk from cows with mastitis has a reduced level of casein, but lactalbumin and lactoglobulin levels increase [26].
The DBPC challenge for CM was similar with patients being administered capsules containing casein, lactoalbumin and lactoglobulin at least 4 weeks before or after the wheat challenge, while the patients were still on the elimination diet and were asymptomatic.
Antibodies to food components, such as ovalbumin from hen's eggs or beta lactoglobulin from cow's milk, can be found in most people, but they are not the sort of antibodies that cause allergic reactions.
For example, cow's milk contains many proteins: in particular casein (in a few isoforms), lactalbumin and lactoglobulin.
Fliss, Allergenicity of acid peptides from bovine lactoglobulin is reduced by hydrolysis with bifidobacterium lactis NCC362 enzymes.
Effect of gamma irradiation on the molecular properties of BSA and lactoglobulin.
Some other topics examined are changes in antioxidative properties of lactoglobulin preparation induced by age-related deamidation, biologically active peptides obtained from food proteins, and organic and transgenic soy and their effects when used in place of animal protein in infancy and old age in rats.
The same is true if there's ghee, lactalbumin, rennet casein, lactoglobulin or whey, all of which are derived from milk.
Lactoglobulin Fraction--That small portion of milk protein that contains more sulfur and less phosphorus than casein.
The report is global in scope and covers a wide range of ingredients such as milk and whey hydrolysates, peptides, glycomacropeptides, caseinphosphopeptides, a-lactalbumin, lactoglobulin, immunoglobulins, lactoferrin, osteopontin, milk phospholipids etc.