Separation of milk fat globules via microfiltration: Effect of diafiltration media and opportunities for stream valorization.

  title={Separation of milk fat globules via microfiltration: Effect of diafiltration media and opportunities for stream valorization.},
  author={Annamari Jukkola and Riitta Partanen and Orlando J Rojas and Antti Heino},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  volume={99 11},
Milk fat globule membranes (MFGM) sourced in buttermilk have gained recent interest given their nutritional value and functional properties. However, production of isolated MFGM has been challenging given their size similarity with casein micelles, which limits attempts toward fractionation by size exclusion techniques. Therefore, the hypothesis underpinning this study is that the removal of proteins from cream before butter-making facilitates MFGM isolation. As such, milk fat globules were… CONTINUE READING
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