Intensification of minor milk protein purification processes (2006)
The performance of a robotic system that extracts proteins directly from the milk of individual cows on-farm is described. Batch extraction of proteins is demonstrated and extraction yields modelled, indicating that on-farm extraction can significantly outperform centralised, large-scale processing.
CitationFee, C.J., Chand, A. (2006) Intensification of minor milk protein purification processes. Christchurch, New Zealand: Process Intensification and Innovation Process (PI2) Conference II, 24-29 Sep 2006.
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Keywordsraw milk; lactoferrin; batch; extraction; cation exchange; chromatography; process intensification; adsorption; on-farm; proteins
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