Quantitation of Proteins in Milk and Milk Products

  • L. Tremblay
  • M. F. Laporte
  • J. Léonil
  • D. Dupont
  • P. Paquin


This review is an update of a previous chapter published by Ribadeau-Dumas and Grappin (1992). It mostly deals with the current and recently published techniques for analysis of protein in milk and other dairy products, as well as those that could eventually come into general use. For all these techniques, the reader will be provided with their basic principles, schematic description, instrumentation, analytical performance and references.


Dairy Product Milk Sample Whey Protein Milk Protein Capillary Zone Electrophoresis 
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Association of Official Analytical Chemists






Bovine serum albumin


Circular dichroism


Capillary electrophoresis


Collision-induced dissociation






Humonuclear shift correlation spectrometry


Casein protein


Capillary zone electrophoresis


Dye binding capacity


Derivative of the concentration


Delayed extraction




Dumas nitrogen


Deoxy ribonucleic acid


Derivative of the respond




Enzyme-Linked ImmunoSorbent Assay




Electrospray ionization


Fast Atomic Bombardment


Flow injection analysis


Fast protein liquid chromatography


Fourier transform infrared






Hydrophobie interaction HPLC




High performance liquid chromatography


International Dairy Federation


Isoelectric focusing






Infra-red milk analyser


International Standardization Organization


Kjeldahl nitrogen




Liquid chromatography mass spectrometry






Multiple anomalous dispersions


Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization


2-(N-morpholino)-ethanesulfonic acid








Multiple linear regression


Mass spectrometry


Non-casein nitrogen




Nuclear magnetic resonance


The nuclear Overhauser effect


Non-protein nitrogen


Principal components regression






Partial least squares


Post-source decay






Relative standard deviation


Correlation coefficient




Reversed phase HPLC


Repeatability relative standard deviation


Reproducibility relative standard deviations


Sodium dodecylsulfate


Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis


Standard error calibration


Standard error prediction




Standard deviation


single radial immunodiffusion


Accuracy or residual standard deviation


Trichloroacetic acid


Trifluoroacetic acid




Total nitrogen


Total correlation spectroscopy




True pro tein


Ultra-high temperature




Whey protein concentr ate


Whey proteins




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