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“…, which is exactly as expected for unmodified α-La, and the denaturation temperature T m was 66.1°C, which corresponds very well with the results obtained by others for the holo form of α-La (Konrad and Kleinschmidt 2008;Wang et al 2006;Tolkach et al 2005). Moreover, after converting calcium and α-La contents into moles, the molar ratio of Ca to α-La was 0.94, which is very close to 1.…”
Section: Pilot-scale Purification Of α-Lasupporting
confidence: 90%
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“…, which is exactly as expected for unmodified α-La, and the denaturation temperature T m was 66.1°C, which corresponds very well with the results obtained by others for the holo form of α-La (Konrad and Kleinschmidt 2008;Wang et al 2006;Tolkach et al 2005). Moreover, after converting calcium and α-La contents into moles, the molar ratio of Ca to α-La was 0.94, which is very close to 1.…”
Section: Pilot-scale Purification Of α-Lasupporting
confidence: 90%
“…Although this purity was slightly lower than that obtained at lab scale (98.6%), it is still the highest purity found when comparing with other pilot-scale purifications using WPC or WPI as raw material (Table 1). In addition, the total amount obtained (1100 g) is the highest amount obtained with reasonable purity (Table 1; Toro-Sierra et al 2013;Konrad and Kleinschmidt 2008;Kristiansen et al 1998). With the optimized method applied here, the total buffer volume used for recovery of α-La was 550 L (calculations not shown).…”
Section: Pilot-scale Purification Of α-Lamentioning
confidence: 91%
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“…Several works have been conducted with the purpose of recovering and purifying whey proteins by different methods [8][9][10][11][12][13]. Ion-exchange chromatography (IEC) has been extensively employed in protein recovery and purification [14][15][16][17][18][19].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Schmidt and Poll (1991) showed that native a-La was highly resistant to tryptic digestion while native b-Lg was not. Indeed, Konrad and Kleinschmidt (2008), taking advantage of this selective susceptibility of b-Lg, used a combination of membrane technology and trypsin hydrolysis of the permeate to obtain a yield of a-La of 90e95% in purity. However, only 15% of the original a-La was recovered during hydrolysis at 42 C and pH 7.7.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%