Effect of casein and whey-protein solutions on caries experience and feeding patterns of the rat.

Abstract

Casein (bovine milk phosphoprotein) at 2 per cent (w/v) in drinking water reduced the extent of fissure and smooth-surface caries of male Sprague-Dawley rats consuming a solid cariogenic diet. Whey protein (the non-phosphorylated protein group of bovine milk) also at 2 per cent (w/v) in the drinking water produced a smaller reduction and only of fissure… (More)

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