A proteomic characterization of water buffalo milk fractions describing PTM of major species and the identification of minor components involved in nutrient delivery and defense against pathogens

@article{DAmbrosio2008APC,
  title={A proteomic characterization of water buffalo milk fractions describing PTM of major species and the identification of minor components involved in nutrient delivery and defense against pathogens},
  author={C. D'Ambrosio and S. Arena and A. Salzano and G. Renzone and L. Ledda and A. Scaloni},
  journal={PROTEOMICS},
  year={2008},
  volume={8}
}
Water buffalo has been studied in relation to the exclusive use of its milk for the manufacture of high‐quality dairy products. Buffalo milk presents physicochemical features different from that of other ruminant species, such as a higher content of fatty acids and proteins. We report here a detailed proteomic analysis of buffalo skim milk, whey and milk fat globule membrane fractions. Notwithstanding the poor information available on buffalo genome, identification of protein isoforms… Expand
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