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The present study focused on the isolation and purification of individual casein fractions (α, β and κ) from cow's milk . Isolated fractions were analysed for various in-vitro characteristics. Results confirmed isolation of pure casein fractions from cow's milk which could serve as a rich source of bioactive peptides for nutraceutical/pharmaceutical applications.

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The milk proteins are excellent source of bioactive molecule for various diseases. The work explores a novel method for separation of casein fractions which could be utilized for the preparation of nutraceutical and functional food molecule for potential health benefits.

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Developing a novel strategy for separation of casein fractions was very critical, since they are very close to each other with some physico-chemical properties. Collaborating with the well experienced co-authors is a great experience for developing such a work and drafting it as an acceptable form for readers

DHILIN Pathayapurakkal Mohanan
Anna University, Tiruchirappalli

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This page is a summary of: Lactic acid‐mediated isolation of alpha‐, beta‐ and kappa‐casein fractions by isoelectric precipitation coupled with cold extraction from defatted cow milk, International Journal of Dairy Technology, September 2019, Wiley, DOI: 10.1111/1471-0307.12646.
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