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Changes in whey proteins condensed by ultrafiltration


, : Changes in whey proteins condensed by ultrafiltration. XXI International Dairy Congress Vol 1, Book 2: 173

Ultrafiltration of whey to give 10- and 20-fold increase in protein concentration slightly increased the solubility of the whey proteins.

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