Casein Production Cost Analysis 2020
Casein belongs to a family of phosphoproteins. These proteins are widely found in mammalian milk, consisting of about 80% of the proteins in cow's milk and between 20% to 45% of the proteins in human milk. Sheep's and buffalo's milk hold a higher casein content than any other type of milk, including even human milk, which has low casein content. From being a core component of cheese to being uses as a food additive, casein has a wide variety of uses. The most comprehensive form of casein is known as sodium caseinate. Being a food source, casein supplies amino acids, carbohydrates, and two of the essential elements, calcium, and phosphorus.
Casein has no disulfide bridges. As a result, it comes with a relatively little tertiary structure. It is relatively hydrophobic, making it poorly miscible in water. It is often found in milk as a suspension of particles, called casein micelles, that show only fixed resemblance with surfactant-type micelles in a sense that the hydrophilic parts reside at the surface as they are spherical. Although, in sharp contrast to surfactant micelles, the interior of a casein micelle is often found to be highly hydrated. The caseins in the micelles are boned together by calcium ions and hydrophobic interactions.
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