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- Chen, Li-Shui; Ma, Ying; Maubois, Jean-Louis; He, Sheng-Hua; Chen, Li-Jun; Li, Hai-Mei
- Dairy science & technology 2010 v.90 no.5 pp. 537-548
- gastric juice, etc ; Geotrichum; Pichia kudriavzevii; Yarrowia lipolytica; bile salts; blood serum; cholesterol; dairy consumption; dairy science; humans; in vitro studies; intestines; pH; probiotics; raw milk; screening; yeasts; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Consumption of dairy products containing probiotics with cholesterol-lowering activity has been proposed as a means to lower serum cholesterol. In the present work, 19 yeast strains, isolated from raw milk, were tested to obtain potential probiotic yeasts for assimilating cholesterol. During in vitro tests, 17 yeast strains were capable of growth in bile salt solutions, and most of the yeast strai ...
- Inglingstad, Ragnhild Aabøe; Devold, Tove G.; Eriksen, Ellen K.; Holm, Halvor; Jacobsen, Morten; Liland, Kristian H.; Rukke, Elling O.; Vegarud, Gerd E.
- Dairy science & technology 2010 v.90 no.5 pp. 549-563
- gastric juice, etc ; beta-lactoglobulin; breast milk; casein; cattle; digestion; digestive enzymes; duodenal juices; duodenum; elderly; goats; horses; humans; infants; lactalbumin; lysozyme; milk; models; pH; people with special needs; polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis; raw milk; stomach; whey protein; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... The aim of this study was to compare the digestion of milk proteins from different species using an in vitro gastrointestinal model. Raw and heated milks from bovine, caprine, human and equine species were digested by human digestive enzymes. Digestion was performed in two 30-min sequential steps by digestive juices from the stomach (pH 2.5/37 °C) and from the duodenum (pH 8.0/37 °C). The degradat ...