EurekaMag.com logo
+ Site Statistics
References:
53,869,633
Abstracts:
29,686,251
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Attempts to establish new criteria for the evaluation of milk protein compared with plant proteins. Gastro-intestinal digestion of acid-precipitated casein and soya protein



Attempts to establish new criteria for the evaluation of milk protein compared with plant proteins. Gastro-intestinal digestion of acid-precipitated casein and soya protein



Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte 39(4): 203-209



Ingestion of casein or soya protein leads to a suspension of mostly fine particles in the stomach, resulting in a relatively fast gastric emptying rate. Proteolysis in the stomach results in a varying supply of peptides to the duodenum. About 76% of the total amino acids in the soluble chyme of the small intestine were associated with the peptide fraction after ingestion of both casein or soya protein.

(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 001533673

Download citation: RISBibTeXText



Related references

Attempts to establish new criteria for the evaluation of milk protein compared with plant proteins. Influence of the casein/whey protein ratio in milk on digestion processes. Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte 39(4): 217-225, 1987

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, 1987

Attempts to establish new criteria for the evaluation of milk protein compared with plant proteins. Modified OPA method using ethanthiol for analysing protein and protein hydrolysates. Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte 39(4): 227-235, 1987

Compared with casein or total milk protein, digestion of milk soluble proteins is too rapid to sustain the anabolic postprandial amino acid requirement. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 84(5): 1070-1079, 2006

Compared with casein or total milk protein, digestion of milk soluble proteins is too rapid to sustain the anabolic postprandial amino acid requirement. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 84(5): 1070-1079, 2000

Gastro-jejunal digestion of soya-bean-milk protein in humans. British Journal of Nutrition 72(4): 519-532, 1994

The influence of genetic variants of milk proteins on the compositional and technological properties of milk: 3. Content of protein, casein, whey protein, and casein number. Milchwissenschaft 52(1): 3-8, 1997

Release of β-casomorphins 5 and 7 during simulated gastro-intestinal digestion of bovine β-casein variants and milk-based infant formulas. Food Chemistry 110(4): 897-903, 2008

Mechanism explaining why dietary soya protein vs. skim-milk protein lowers fat digestion in veal calves. Livestock Production Science 52(3): 219-227, 1997

Soy and meat proteins as food emulsion stabilizers. II. Influence of emulsification temperature, NaCl and methanol on the viscoelastic properties of corn oil-in-water emulsions incorporating acid precipitated soya protein. Journal of Texture Studies 14(3): 267-275, 1983

Influence of casein and whey protein content of milk on protein digestion and growth in the piglet. Swine in biomedical research Volume 2: 755-758, 1986

Inter-laboratory studies on precision characteristics of analytical methods: Determination of casein content, casein and whey protein contents in total protein of milk and milk products: Casein-phosphorus method. Milchwissenschaft 51(7): 378-379, 1996

Effect of humidity on changes of acid-precipitated soya protein during storage. Journal of Japanese Society of Food Science and Technology 29(8): 496-500, 1982

Acid-precipitated M protein compared with a column-eluted M protein preparation from type 12, group A Streptococci. Applied Microbiology 19(1): 5-10, 1970