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Methodical optimization of the determination of raw milk proportions in pasteurized milk and reconstituted milk via alkaline phosphatase activity



Methodical optimization of the determination of raw milk proportions in pasteurized milk and reconstituted milk via alkaline phosphatase activity



Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte 44(3): 239-248



In this paper investigations on the optimization of the determination of raw milk proportions in pasteurized and in reconstituted milk via measurement of alkaline phosphatase activity are described. In this study the optimized method for the determination of the vol. activity of alkaline phosphatase in milk was used for the detection of this enzyme in pasteurized and in reconstituted pasteurized milk, with and without raw milk proportions.

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