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Experimental verification of a computer model to predict survival of plasmin in ultra-high-temperature milk



Experimental verification of a computer model to predict survival of plasmin in ultra-high-temperature milk



Journal of Dairy Science 69(Suppl. 1): 71



Results of 2 trials in which skim milk was heated by direct steam injection for 2-22 s at 120-160 degrees C with preheating temp. of 60-80 degrees C (16 treatments/trial) showed highly significant correlations (r = 0.812 and 0.988) between spectrophotometric and computer-predicted plasmin activity.

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