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In vivo milk digestion in the calf abomasum. II. Milk and whey proteolysis
Reproduction nutrition development (Print)
The peptide products insoluble in 12 % TCA collected in the proximal duodenum of calves at different times after ingestion of milk, skim-milk or whey were characterized by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, isoelectric focusing and SDS-pore gradient gel electrophoresis. # -Lactoglobulin anda-lactalbumin were determined by rocket immunoelectrophoresis. The presence of fat did not modify the hydrolysis of milk proteins. Casein coagulation occurred very quickly and the peptides derived fromdoi:10.1051/rnd:19840702 fatcat:hnzpudurezemzo5pcui5bt7rn4