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Automated methods for routine analysis of raw milk - the dye-binding method for determination of the protein content of milk



Automated methods for routine analysis of raw milk - the dye-binding method for determination of the protein content of milk



Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation (208): 17-20



This paper briefly reviews the amido black dye-binding method for determination of protein in raw milk. Although the method is being replaced by IR spectroscopy in large-scale routine operations, it is still useful in small-scale determinations.

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