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Studies on the detection method of reconstituted milk in raw and pasteurized milk through determination of milk RNase activity



Studies on the detection method of reconstituted milk in raw and pasteurized milk through determination of milk RNase activity



Journal of the Chinese Society of Animal Science 20(1): 103-114



The addition of reconstituted milk to raw or pasteurized milk was detected by methods based on RNase activity in the sample. The results of this study were as follows. A modified spectrophotometric method was applied to detect RNase activity in raw and pasteurized milk. The experimental conditions were: buffer solution pH 7.5, substrate (RNA) concentration 2.0%, milk sample vol. 0.25 ml, incubation at 37 degrees C for 2 min.

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