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Lipase activity in milk and some dairy products.


, : Lipase activity in milk and some dairy products.. Beretn. Forsogsm. Kbh, 136: 58

A study was made of the factors affecting lipolysis in milk and the effect of lipolysis on the quality of cream and butter. Lipolysis was increased by vigourous homogenization, by the introduction of air into milk during circulation and mechanical treatment, by an increase in temperature from 5 degrees C, particularly to 25 degrees -30 degrees C, and subsequent re-cooling, and by the use of some pipeline and milk tankers.

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