1927
DOI: 10.1085/jgp.10.6.961
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Abstract: The considerable changes which occur in the behavior of living matter when subjected to high or low temperatures raise interesting questions as to how the temperature affects the behavior of certain substances present in nature.Casein, purified at the point of its maximum flocculation, is able to bind base, forming a salt soluble in water. The amount of casein which passes into solution is not only dependent upon the amount of base added, but also upon the temperature.We propose to study the interdependence of… Show more

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“…As the calculation of Table VI shows, paracasein is nearly 1.5 times more acid than casein, the capacities of casein and paracasein to bind base standing to one another as the whole numbers 2 and 3 (22). The fact that in using varying amounts of the enzyme one obtains practically identical parcaseins indicates that most of the paracaseins obtained in this investigation are final products of a reaction promoted or brought about by rennin or pepsin.…”
Section: 45mentioning
confidence: 63%
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“…As the calculation of Table VI shows, paracasein is nearly 1.5 times more acid than casein, the capacities of casein and paracasein to bind base standing to one another as the whole numbers 2 and 3 (22). The fact that in using varying amounts of the enzyme one obtains practically identical parcaseins indicates that most of the paracaseins obtained in this investigation are final products of a reaction promoted or brought about by rennin or pepsin.…”
Section: 45mentioning
confidence: 63%
“…The solubility of paracasein inNaOHat 5°C. as compared with the solubility of casein at the same temperature (22). estimating the amount of paracasein dissolved by a given amount of sodium hydroxide, we can measure the combining capacity of this protein as an acid, provided all the base is bound by the protein in solution.…”
Section: The Solubility Of Paracasein In Sodium Hydroxidementioning
confidence: 99%
“…2100 +100 gin. may be assigned (2,3) to the equivalent combining weight of casein. The result of our calculation yields 1950 gin.…”
Section: Is It Possible To Produce Paracasein From Casein By a Partialmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…dissolves in combination with base to the extent of about 2100 gm. per tool of NaOH added (2,3), most of the paracasein preparations combined with NaOH in this temperature range with a combining weight of 1450 gm.…”
Section: Introductoeymentioning
confidence: 99%