Casein phosphopeptides from casein micelles by successive digestion with pepsin and trypsin.

@article{Ono1998CaseinPF,
  title={Casein phosphopeptides from casein micelles by successive digestion with pepsin and trypsin.},
  author={Tomotada Ono and Yusuke Takagi and I Kunishi},
  journal={Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry},
  year={1998},
  volume={62 1},
  pages={16-21}
}
When milk is ingested, casein micelles will be successively digested by pepsin in the stomach and trypsin in the intestine. Therefore, we digested casein micelles successively with pepsin at pH 4.0 and trypsin at pH 7.0, and recovered casein phosphopeptides (CPP) as CPP-calcium phosphate (CP) complexes. The CPP-CP complexes contained 248 mg of calcium/g peptides and 175 mg of inorganic phosphorus/g peptides, which were higher than those of CPP-CP complexes driven from acid-precipitated casein… CONTINUE READING

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