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Casein Micelle Structure, Functions and Interactions

  • C. G. De Kruif
  • C. Holt

Abstract

In this chapter, we aim to present a consistent description of the structure and functions of caseins and the casein micelle. Function, it must be stressed, is interpreted here to mean both the biological functions of casein in the mammary gland and milk and the function in dairy foods. Thus, we tread a variation of a well-worn path in biology by exploring a structure-function trichotomy.

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Skim Milk Calcium Phosphate Casein Micelle Scatter Length Density Polyelectrolyte Brush 
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