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Method for obtaining native milk protein


, : Method for obtaining native milk protein. German Pat, 891,181,

Casein is precipitated with an organic acid (e.g., lactic acid), removed, and NaOH added to the remaining liquid to bring it to about pH 9. The precipitate is removed and, after re-combination with casein, it is dried.

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