Study the efficiency of three different methods for purification of k-casein from local goat milk.
Journal of Kerbala for Agricultural Sciences,
2018, Volume 5, Issue 5, Pages 100-107
AbstractIn this paper, we studied the efficiency of three different methods which were gel filtration chromatography, electrostatic affinity chromatography and Zittle and Custer method For the purification of k-casein from the milk of Iraqi local goats. Gel filtration chromatography and electrostatic affinity chromatography were the best methods for the purification of k-casein from goat's milk casein, while Zittle and Custer method was inefficient in k-casein purification. Sialic acid concentration in goats k – casein purified by gel filtration, electrostatic affinity chromatography and Zittle and Custer method were 4.33, 4.20, 1.12 mg.g-1 respectively.
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