Invited review: Caseins and the casein micelle: their biological functions, structures, and behavior in foods
A typical casein micelle contains thousands of casein molecules, most of which form thermodynamically stable complexes with nanoclusters of amorphous calcium phosphate. Like many other unfolded proteins, caseins have an actual or potential tendency to ass
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