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TitleDetermination of thermally-induced conformational slides in β-lactoglobulin prior to irreversible thermal denaturation
Author(s)Rodrigues, Rui Miguel Martins
Pereira, Ricardo Nuno Correia
Vicente, A. A.
Petersen, Steffen B.
Issue date25-Jun-2017
CitationRodrigues, Rui M.; Pereira, Ricardo N.; Vicente, António A.; Petersen, Steffen B., Determination of thermally-induced conformational slides in β-lactoglobulin prior to irreversible thermal denaturation. IFT 2017 Annual Meeting and Food Expo. Las Vegas, USA, June 25-28, 2017.
Abstract(s)[Excerpt] Introduction: β-lactoglobulin (β-Lg) is the major globular protein in milk and the dominant functional agent in whey and its derivatives ingredients. It is generally recognized that β-Lg undergoes conformational changes above temperatures of 60 °C and unfolds irreversibly after 70 °C. The conformational changes that happen during this process have critical implications in β-Lg functional properties, thus affecting both technological quality of milk (i.e. cheese production) and whey ingredients, which use are currently widespread in food formulations. In this study thermal effects in β-Lg have been investigated through an innovative approach, combining on-line spectroscopy techniques, aiming at achieving a more detailed characterization of these events below and above the melting temperature. [...]
TypePoster
DescriptionIFT 2017 Annual Meeting and Food Expo
URIhttps://hdl.handle.net/1822/47485
Publisher versionhttp://www.iftevent.org
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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