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Attempts to establish new criteria for the evaluation of milk protein compared with plant proteins. Chemical characterization of an exorphin as a digestion product of casein



Attempts to establish new criteria for the evaluation of milk protein compared with plant proteins. Chemical characterization of an exorphin as a digestion product of casein



Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte 39(4): 211-215



The in vivo formation of an opioid peptide (exorphin) derived from beta -casein has been proved for the first time. The peptide was isolated from duodenal chyme of Gottingen miniature pigs after feeding with casein. It has been identified as a beta -casein fragment by end-group determinations and amino acid analysis of the purified peptide.

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