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To better understand the fermentation kinetic of Arabian donkey milk, its physicochemical properties, conductivity and viscosity were assessed during acidification, and compared to that of the bovine milk. Donkey milk showed a shorter latency phase and slightly lower acidification rate than bovine ...

Author(s)
Charfi, I.; Rezouga, F.; Makhlouf, A.; Bornaz, S.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
International Journal of Dairy Technology, 2018, 71, 2, pp 439-445
Abstract

Dynamic oscillatory rheology and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) were used to further understand the formation of acid milk gels obtained from raw and reconstituted spray-dried dromedary milk. The influence of acidification temperature, concentration of acidifier (glucono-δ-lactone; GDL) and ...

Author(s)
Zouari, A.; Marchesseau, S.; Chevalier-Lucia, D.; Raffard, G.; Ayadi, M. A.; Picart-Palmade, L.
Publisher
Elsevier, Oxford, UK
Citation
International Dairy Journal, 2018, 81, pp 95-103
Abstract

Calves fed milk infected with Mycoplasma bovis are at risk of developing mycoplasma-associated diseases such as pneumonia, otitis media, and arthritis. This study was conducted to determine if acidification of milk cultured positive for M. bovis would consistently result in complete elimination of...

Author(s)
Beidel, C. R.; Kristula, M. A.; Aceto, H. W.; Smith, B. I.
Publisher
American Association of Bovine Practitioners, Stillwater, USA
Citation
Bovine Practitioner, 2016, 50, 2, pp 137-141
Abstract

Camel milk has been reported to be difficult to ferment due to anti-microbial properties. The present study tested eight commercial starter cultures for their ability to grow in camel milk. All investigated cultures were able to acidify camel milk and reached a final pH at a level similar to what...

Author(s)
Tesfemariam Berhe; Richard Ipsen; Eyassu Seifu; Kurtu, M. Y.; Mitiku Eshetu; Egon Bech Hansen
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
LWT - Food Science and Technology, 2018, 89, pp 123-127
Abstract

In this study, the viscoelastic properties of goat and cow skim milks and infant formula gels induced by acidification using Glucono-δ-Lactone (GDL) were investigated by small and large deformation rheology. The microstructures of the gels were characterized via the combination of confocal laser...

Author(s)
Wang YiRan; Eastwood, B.; Yang Zhi; Campo, L. de; Knott, R.; Prosser, C.; Carpenter, E.; Hemar, Y.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Food Hydrocolloids, 2019, 96, pp 161-170
Abstract

In the current study, a simple, sensitive, and specific ELISA assay using a high-affinity anti-bovine β-casein monoclonal antibody was developed for the rapid detection of cow milk in adulterated yak milk. The developed ELISA was highly specific and could be applied to detect bovine β-casein...

Author(s)
Ren, Q. R.; Zhang, H.; Guo, H. Y.; Jiang, L.; Tian, M.; Ren, F. Z.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Journal of Dairy Science, 2014, 97, 10, pp 6000-6006
Abstract

Milk fever is an important disease that affect lactating cow due to the shortage of calcium circulation after parturition. Incidence of milk fever can be minimized by changing diet acidity/alkalinity before parturition to enhance Ca release of bone, and minimizing it excretion through several...

Author(s)
Al-Rabadi, G.; Al-Hijazeen, M.
Publisher
Bogdan Chmelnitskiy Melitopol State Pedagogical University, Melitopol, Ukraine
Citation
Ukrainian Journal of Ecology, 2018, 8, 1, pp 51-56
Abstract

Low-heat skim milk powder (LHSMP) was manufactured on 3 separate occasions in mid lactation (ML, July 4-20) and late lactation (LL, September 27 to October 7) from bulk milk of 3 spring-calving dairy herds on different feeding systems: grazing on perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) pasture...

Author(s)
Gulati, A.; Hennessy, D.; O'Donovan, M.; McManus, J. J.; Fenelon, M. A.; Guinee, T. P.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Journal of Dairy Science, 2019, 102, 10, pp 8630-8647
Abstract

Bacterial contamination of milk fed to calves compromises calf health. Several bacterial pathogens that infect cows, including Mycoplasma bovis and Salmonella enterica ssp. enterica serovar Dublin, are shed in milk, providing a possible route of transmission to calves. Milk acidification lowers the ...

Author(s)
Parker, A. M.; House, J. K.; Hazelton, M. S.; Bosward, K. L.; Mohler, V. L.; Maunsell, F. P.; Sheehy, P. A.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Journal of Dairy Science, 2016, 99, 12, pp 9875-9884
Abstract

The effect of the maize germ oil bodies in the form of a highly stable emulsion as a substitute for cow milk fat globules was investigated on the textural, physicochemical and sensory properties of a yoghurt-like product using a commercial yoghurt culture. The natural emulsion gave a satisfactory ...

Author(s)
Mantzouridou, F. Th.; Naziri, E.; Kyriakidou, A.; Paraskevopoulou, A.; Tsimidou, M. Z.; Kiosseoglou, V.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
LWT - Food Science and Technology, 2019, 105, pp 48-56

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