Monotreme whey proteins: isolation, characterization and comparative aspects
Lactation is a specific mammalian adaptation. Milk is the principal source of nutrition for the newborn mammal. Both its needs and the physiology of lactation vary among the different mammalian species. These factors are reflected in the differing milk compositions, in particular the protein compositions. Thus, comparative studies of the protein composition of eutherian, metatherian and prototherian mammals are of great importance in their own right. Furthermore, these proteins exhibit an...[Show more]
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