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Biochemical properties of Korean native goat lactoferrin



Biochemical properties of Korean native goat lactoferrin



Korean Journal of Dairy Science 21(1): 67-72



Lactoferrin isolated from Korean Native goat milk was characterized. Spectroscopic analysis showed that the degree of iron saturation of lactoferrin was 30%. Circular dichroism analysis of the secondary structures showed that it contained 24.5% alpha -helix, 36.0% beta -structure, 13.5% beta -turn and 26.0% unordered structure. The strength for heparin binding affinity of the lactoferrin was similar to that of bovine lactoferrin in vitro, but lower than that of human lactoferrin.

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