Douglas G Dalgleish

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The formation of heat-induced aggregates of kappa-casein and denatured whey proteins was investigated in milk-based dairy mixtures containing casein micelles and serum proteins in different ratios. Both soluble and micelle-bound aggregates were isolated from the mixtures heated at 95 degrees C for 10 min, using size exclusion chromatography. Quantitative(More)
The majority of the protein in cow's milk is contained in the particles known as casein micelles. This review describes the main structural features of these particles and the different models that have been used to define the interior structures. The reactions of the micelles during processing operations are described in terms of the structural models.
The isotherms for Ca++ binding to bovine alpha-casein have been measured at 5 temperatures in the range 4-40 degrees C and at 4 different ionic strengths. The results are interpreted by an interactive-site binding model, and are compared with results previously obtained on alpha s1-casein. The affinity of beta-casein for the first Va2+ to bind is similar to(More)
The acid-induced interactions between different protein particles in milk (casein micelles and serum protein/kappa-casein complexes) were studied in a series of different mixtures of heated and unheated proteins using diffusing wave spectroscopy (DWS) and small deformation rheology. The measurements were made as functions of pH during acidification by(More)
Intermolecular disulfide bond formation in pure beta-lactoglobulin (beta-Lg) B and in its 1:1 mixture with alpha-lactalbumin (alpha-La), heated at 85 degrees C for 10 min in solutions of low and high (100 mM NaCl) ionic strength and pH 6.0, was studied by reverse-phase HPLC and MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry. Disulfide bonding between beta-Lg monomers was more(More)
Quantitative analysis of competitive milk protein adsorption to air/water interfaces in aqueous foam was performed by capillary electrophoresis (CE). Foams were made by whipping protein solutions, in which skim milk powder (SMP) and whey protein isolate (WPI) were mixed at 0.5% protein in different proportions at different pH values and NaCl concentrations.(More)
Fast protein liquid chromatography was used to study the kappa-casein fraction of casein micelles from bulk milk and from milk from individual animals homozygous for kappa-caseins A and B. The extent of glycosylation of the kappa-casein appeared to have no effect on its distribution in casein micelles of different sizes, nor did it affect the rate at which(More)
The acid-induced aggregation of casein micelles from milk, in the presence of different whey protein preparations from heated and unheated milk, has been studied using diffusing wave spectroscopy (DWS). In particular, the study focused on the turbidity (or l*) parameter obtainable from DWS, which can give information on the interactions between particles in(More)
The effects of heat at temperatures in the range of 80-90 degrees C on mixtures of reconstituted skim milk powder (RSMP) and sodium caseinate have been determined. In the absence of caseinate, the action of heat on RSMP produces soluble complexes of whey proteins and kappa-casein, as well as complexes of whey protein with the casein micelles. When sodium(More)