Marie Renan

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The pH-dependent behaviour of soluble protein aggregates produced by the pre-heating of reconstituted skim milk at 90 degrees C for 10 min was studied, in order to understand the role of these aggregates in acid gelation of heated milk. The following milk samples were prepared: (1) control (unheated reconstituted milk, pH 6.5); (2) milk heat-treated at pH(More)
Changes in the acid gelation properties of skim milk as a result of variations in the micelle/serum distribution of the heat-induced whey protein/kappa-casein aggregates, induced by the combination of heat treatment and limited renneting, were investigated. No dramatic change in the zeta potential or the isoelectric point of the casein micelles was(More)
The effects of heat treatment and limited kappa-casein hydrolysis on the micelle/serum distribution of the heat-induced whey protein/kappa-casein aggregates were investigated as a possible explanation for the gelation properties of combined rennet and acid gels. Reconstituted skim milk was submitted to combinations of 0-67% hydrolysis of the kappa-casein at(More)
The aim of the present study was to identify the nature of bonds established between protein particles after stirring that are responsible for the texture improvement of stirred yoghurts, called rebodying. Using a constant model yoghurt at pH 4.4, the effects of changes in the physicochemical conditions at stirring were studied on the subsequent rebodying.(More)
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