sodium caseinate


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sodium caseinate

[′sōd·ē·əm ′kā·sē·ə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
A tasteless, odorless, water-soluble, white powder; used in medicine, foods, emulsification, and stabilization; formed by dissolving casein in sodium hydroxide and then evaporating. Also known as casein sodium; nutrose.
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The viscosity decreased when the emulsion was made using tween 60, sodium caseinate or pectin and was maximized with greater concentrations of caseinate and pectin.
The conditions like acidification, alkalinization and heat treatments during rehydration influence the various properties of sodium caseinate. The extensive studies have been conducted on the properties of the cow milk casein (Walstra et al., 2006; Sauer and Moraru, 2012; Anema, 2008), but few studies were available regarding the buffalo milk casein.
Meanwhile, the precipitation process using 4 different types of co-precipitator (calcium hydroxide, sodium carbonate, sodium caseinate and kieselguhr) coupled with the main precipitator was done to induce flocculation of the bio-active compounds especially rotenone in the liquid crude extract of Derris roots.
Sodium caseinate comes from casein, so it begins as dairy.
Unlike sodium caseinate, Capsul FP is a protein-free, dairy-free option suitable for specific ethnic groups, enabling manufacturers to differentiate their products and appeal to a broader range of consumers.
Macrophages were elicited by injecting 5% sodium caseinate intraperitoneally in BALB/c mice.
SOLUBILITY AND PH OF PROTEIN SOLUTIONS 10% type Solubility pH Corn steep liquor Slight sediment 3.98 EZ Case M Soluble 7.12 Hydrolyzed casein Stable suspension 5.02 Liquid amino acids Soluble 5.58 Nu-Lure Soluble 3.82 Nu-Lure in 0.2 M fructose Soluble 3.82 Nu-Lure + 5% sodium tetraborate Soluble 8.01 Nu-Lure in 0.2 M sucrose Soluble 3.80 Nu-Lure in 0.2 M sucrose + 0.05 M valine Soluble 3.79 Nu-Lure plus 0.05 M valine Soluble 3.78 Pepticase Soluble 6.96 Prolisse Thick suspension 6.96 Sodium caseinate Not soluble 6.22 Solulys Slight sediment 3.98 Soy protein acid hydrolysate Some sediment 5.70 Torula yeast Not soluble 6.31 Whey Some sediment 5.38 Yeast hydrolysate enzymatic Some sediment 5.60 TABLE 2.
Currently, manufacturers often use chemical names to declare certain ingredients like sodium caseinate (derived from milk) without declaring in "plain, common language" their associations with major allergens.
It may be disguised in food labels as: sodium alginate, sodium sulfite, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate, sodium benzoate, sodium hydroxide, monosodium glutamate (MSG) and sodium citrate.
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Anchor Products' new automated packing line for filling bulk bags with sodium caseinate eliminates aeration experienced with a rotary sack filler and cuts dust and packaging waste by 90 percent, while achieving bag weight accuracy of 1 percent.
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