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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Physicochemical and textural properties of reduced fat cheddar cheese formulated with xanthan gum and/or sodium caseinate as fat replacers.
Furthermore, the zeta potential increased with the addition of sodium caseinate (Figure 1B), which is consistent with Surh et al.
Furthermore no work was available on the behavior of buffalo milk sodium caseinate under different conditions during rehydration.
The chewiness value of frankfurter was significantly decreased by replacement of sodium chloride with transglutaminase, potassium chloride, sodium caseinate and dietary fibre (Jimenez-Colmenero et al.
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.
Materials that were insoluble and unsuitable for a liquid bait were Torula yeast, Prolisse, and sodium caseinate (Table 1).
Anchor Products, the largest business unit of the New Zealand Dairy Group, packs the sodium caseinate powder for export to a customer in Korea for use in manufacture of coffee creamer.
The production of experimental amyloidosis in mice by repeated intramuscular injections of sodium caseinate (nutrose), which was first described by Kuczynski,(1) yields new possibilities for studying this interesting pathologic process.
6] Smith et al compared in vitro recovery of phenytoin from solutions of sodium caseinate, calcium caseinate, mixture of sodium and calcium caseinate and calcium chloride to an aqueous control and concluded that recovery of the drug was lowest from solutions containing sodium caseinate.
For example, dairy-free creamers are not dairy-free; they contain sodium caseinate, a milk protein.
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