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Some results on the variability of the clot-on-boiling test



Some results on the variability of the clot-on-boiling test



Jour Dairy Res 24(3): 340-345



Worker and replicate variability were investigated on the clot-on-boiling (COB) test carried out at 15 minute intervals on raw samples stored at 20[degree]C. Differences between workers were not significant. With 5 replicates examined for each milk sample good agreement was found. The change from absence to presence of a precipitate generally occurred on successive steps but there were indications that the times to increased intensity of clotting differed with samples.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0022029900008876


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