NIZO 2019 LIFE for Acid Whey

We attended the 11. NIZO Dairy Conference - Milk Protein Functionality

The results of the LIFE for Acid Whey project were presented at the 11th NIZO Dairy Conference, which took place between 8th  and 11th October 2019 in Pependal, the Netherlands. 

We presented our results as part of the latest scientific findings on the functionality of proteins in milk and whey.

The results were presented with two posters entitled: Characterization and assessment of biological activity of lactoferrin isolated from acid whey using monolithic ion-exchange chromatography
and Quantification of lactoferrin and lactoperoxidase in different types of whey.

The research results demonstrate high quality and biological activity of the lactoferrin obtained during the test production phase and thus the high potential of the ion-exchange monolithic chromatographic columns used for protein isolation from whey. Acid whey has proven to be a promising medium for the isolation of lactoferrin, while sweet whey seems to have higher potential for the isolation of enzymatically active lactoperoxidase.

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