Author(s): Beg OU, von BahrLindstrm H, Zaidi ZH, Jrnvall H
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Abstract A camel milk whey protein has been isolated by reverse-phase high performance liquid chromatography. The protein is, like caseins, rich in proline (25\% of the whole protein). The N-terminal amino acid sequence shows that the protein is homologous with a C-terminal region of beta-caseins analyzed from other species. The protein is concluded to be a fragment of beta-casein, derived from a non-tryptic type of cleavage of the parent molecule, and increasing the multiplicity of known casein products.
This article was published in Regul Pept
and referenced in Journal of Nutrition & Food Sciences