Qualitative test for the detection of extraneous thiocyanate in milk

  title={Qualitative test for the detection of extraneous thiocyanate in milk},
  author={Prashant Kanthale and Anil Kumar and Neelam Upadhyay and Darshan Lal and Gopal Rathod and Vivek Sharma},
  journal={Journal of Food Science and Technology},
Thiocyanate is one of the three components of lactoperoxidase system for preserving the milk under the conditions where chilling facilities do not exist due to economic and technical reasons. In 1988, International Dairy Federation (IDF) has recommended the levels and the code of practices for the application of LP-system. As the excessive use of thiocyanates beyond the recommended limits can lead to human health hazards, its rapid detection in milk at the reception dock of dairy, where milk is… 

Treatment of thiocyanate-containing wastewater: a critical review of thiocyanate destruction in industrial effluents

Thiocyanate is a common pollutant in gold mine, textile, printing, dyeing, coking and other industries. Therefore, thiocyanate in industrial wastewater is an urgent problem to be solved. This paper

Positively Charged Gold Quantum Dots: An Nanozymatic “Off-On” Sensor for Thiocyanate Detection

A visual SCN− sensing method has been developed using the enzyme-like nature of positively charged gold quantum dots mixed with 3,3′,5,5′-tetramethylbenzidine (TMB) and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2).

Potentiometric Solid-Contact Ion-Selective Electrode for Determination of Thiocyanate in Human Saliva

The study of potentiometric selectivity coefficients has shown that the thiocyanate-selective sensor could be applied in biomedical research for determination of SCN− concentration in human saliva.

A miniaturized solid-contact potentiometric multisensor platform for determination of ionic profiles in human saliva

This paper describes a miniaturized multisensor platform (MP-ISES) consisting of electrodes: a reference one (RE) and ion-selective electrodes (ISEs) for monitoring Na+, K+, Ca2+, Mg2+, Cl−, and SCN−



The keeping quality of LPS-activated milk in the western highlands of Cameroon

The potentials of applying the lactoperoxidase system (LPS) in extending the shelf life of raw milk at ambient temperatures was investigated in the western highlands of Cameroon. Raw milk was

Activation of lactoperoxidase system in milk by glucose oxidase immobilized in electrospun polylactide microfibers.

Preliminary evaluation on milk samples showed that the electrospun GOX-in-PLA microfibers are capable of activating the naturally present LP system, indicating that they may be promising for active food packaging applications to extend the shelf life of milk.

Collection and small-scale processing of milk in warm developing countries.

Code of practices for the preservation of milk by the lactoperoxidase system

  • Bull Int Dairy Fed
  • 1988

Studies on the manufacture of yoghurt and Mozzarella cheese from milk preserved by lactoperoxidase system

  • Indian J Dairy Sci
  • 1989

Global lactoperoxidase programme: the lactoperoxidase system of milk preservation

  • Bull Int Dairy Fed
  • 2001