Kinetics of milk coagulation: I. The kinetics of kappa casein hydrolysis in the presence of enzyme deactivation.

@article{Carlson1987KineticsOM,
  title={Kinetics of milk coagulation: I. The kinetics of kappa casein hydrolysis in the presence of enzyme deactivation.},
  author={Ann B. Carlson and Charles G. Jr. Hill and Nicole Olson},
  journal={Biotechnology and bioengineering},
  year={1987},
  volume={29 5},
  pages={582-9}
}
The kinetics of the primary phase of the enzymatic coagulation of milk, i.e., kappa-casein hydrolysis, was investigated in the presence and in the absence of concurrent enzyme deactivation processes. For conditions under which the enzyme is stable, the rate of hydrolysis can be described by Michaelis-Menten kinetics, as has been reported by previous investigators. A mathematical model, experimental data, and parameter estimates are provided for kappa-casein hydrolysis in the presence of… CONTINUE READING