Size distribution of pressure-decomposed casein micelles studied by dynamic light scattering and AFM

@article{Gebhardt2006SizeDO,
  title={Size distribution of pressure-decomposed casein micelles studied by dynamic light scattering and AFM},
  author={Ronald L. Gebhardt and Wolfgang Doster and Josef Friedrich and Ulrich Kulozik},
  journal={European Biophysics Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={35},
  pages={503-509}
}
Reversible and irreversible states of pressure-dissociated casein micelles were studied by in situ light scattering techniques and ex situ atomic force microscopy. AFM experiments performed at ambient pressure reveal heterogeneities across the micelle, suggesting a sub-structure on a 20 nm scale. At pressures between 50 and 250 MPa, the native micelles disintegrate into small fragments on the scale of the observed sub-structure. At pressures above 300 MPa the micelles fully decompose into their… CONTINUE READING
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