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PH-Induced physicochemical modifications of native phosphocaseinate suspensions: influence of aqueous phase


, : PH-Induced physicochemical modifications of native phosphocaseinate suspensions: influence of aqueous phase. Lait 76(5): 445-460

pH-Induced physicochemical changes and rennet coagulation times of casein micelle suspensions were studied with dried native phosphocaseinate powder dissolved in water, 0.1 mol/litre NaCl and milk ultrafiltrate. An increase in ionic strength between water and NaCl led to higher diffusible calcium and phosphorus, to greater micelle volume and to greater casein and mineral solubilization during acidification.

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