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Physico-chemical properties of acid whey protein concentrates prepared from buffalo milk by various methods I. Composition and physico-chemical changes in proteins



Physico-chemical properties of acid whey protein concentrates prepared from buffalo milk by various methods I. Composition and physico-chemical changes in proteins



Buffalo Journal 13(3): 279-287



Buffalo milk whey protein concentrates (WPC) were isolated by 4 methods using precipitation with 0.07 M sodium hexametaphosphate (SHMP), precipitation with acidulated water at pH 3.2 containing 0.352% carboxymethylcellulose (CMC), gel filtration (GF) on Sephadex G-25 and ion-exchange chromatography (IE) on CM Sephadex C-50. GF- and IE-WPC had a high protein content and a low carbohydrate content compared with the other WPC.

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