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Calcium- and iron binding capacity of different fractions from in vitro proteolysis of casein

, : Calcium- and iron binding capacity of different fractions from in vitro proteolysis of casein. Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte 45(3): 235-243

Different fractions with caseinophosphopeptides obtained by tryptic hydrolysis, followed by anion exchange chromatography, show significant differences in their calcium- and iron-binding capacity. Further, differences were found between the fractions obtained with immobilized trypsin compared with dissolved trypsin. In particular, fraction B obtained using trypsin immobilisate shows marked deviations; here a lower calcium- and a higher iron-binding capacity were established.


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