By R. Eric Miller DVM DACZM, Murray E. Fowler DVM DACZM DACVIM DABVT

ISBN-10: 0120164477

ISBN-13: 9780120164479

With insurance of present concerns and rising tendencies, Fowler's Zoo and Wild Animal drugs, quantity 7 offers a entire, all-new reference for the administration of zoo and flora and fauna ailments. A present treatment structure emphasizes the newest advances within the box, together with nutrients, prognosis, and remedy protocols. state of the art insurance comprises issues equivalent to the "One medication" inspiration, laparoscopic surgical procedure in Read more...

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This knowledge could lead to a better control of these reactions in order to modify food proteins and their functions. Maillard reactions are one of the simplest ways to modify food proteins because they take place when a protein and a sugar are just heated together (Chuyen, 1998). b-Lactoglobulin is a major whey protein. , 1998). This protein constitutes a major waste product of the cheese industry. , 1996). Consequently, the improvement of b-lactoglobulin functional properties may be of considerable interest to industry.

Major opioid peptides are fragments of b-casein. 46 TABLE V MAIN BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF PEPTIDES ISSUED FROM MILK PROTEINS No. -M. CHOBERT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ACE Immuno-modulatory Ca2þ Inhibition (% controlc) binding IC50b capacity 733 172 122 349 15 6 140 16 300 þ 121/þ 162 2 28/þ 14 þ 122/þ 139 þ 148 TABLE V (continued) MAIN BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF PEPTIDES ISSUED FROM MILK PROTEINS No. 1000 þ 101 þ 35 Caseinophosphopeptide aS1-Cn (f43-58)2P Caseinophosphopeptide CaseinophosphoaS1-Cn (f59-79) Peptide LF (f17-41) Lactoferricin Antimicrobial k-Cn (f106-116) Antithrombotic Casoplatelin 629 328 841 MILK PROTEIN TAILORING 21 ACE Ca2þ Inhibition Immuno-modulatory binding IC50b (% controlc) capacity S p phosphoseryl; Source: adapted from Meisel (1998).

However, most of these methods, using toxic chemicals, cannot be used in food processing. , 1988). , 1997). 1. Reaction conditions. , 2001c). Among the six common sugars used, arabinose and ribose induced the highest degree of modification. Glucose, galactose and MILK PROTEIN TAILORING 29 rhamnose were less reactive and lactose generated the lowest degree of modification. Proteins substituted with ribose or arabinose formed polymers stabilized by sugar-induced covalent bonds. When other sugars were used, part of the aggregated proteins were stabilized only by hydrophobic interaction and disulfide bonds.

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