Corpus ID: 5245084

How Compatible is Cow’s Milk with the Human Immune System?

@inproceedings{Knopfler2016HowCI,
  title={How Compatible is Cow’s Milk with the Human Immune System?},
  author={Mindy Knopfler},
  year={2016}
}
Caseins as Regulators of Hematopoiesis
The main physiological role of casein, the main protein component in the milk, is to be a source of amino acids that are required for the growth of the neonate; therefore, casein is considered aExpand
Casein andPeptidesDerived fromCasein asAntileukaemicAgents
Milk is a heterogeneous lacteal secretion mixture of numerous components that exhibit a wide variety of chemical and functional activities. Casein, the main protein in milk, is composed of α-, β-,Expand
Casein andPeptidesDerived fromCasein asAntileukaemicAgents Edgar Ledesma-Martı́nez
  • 2019

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