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Jeličić, Irena; Lisak, Katarina; Božanić, Rajka (2012)
Publisher: Croatian Dairy Union
Journal: Mljekarstvo : časopis za unaprjeđenje proizvodnje i prerade mlijeka
Languages: Croatian
Types: 0038
Subjects: visoki hidrostatski tlak; ultrazvuk; pulsirajuće električno polje; mlijeko; svojstva, high hydrostatic pressure; ultrasound, pulsed electric fields; milk; characteristics
High hydrostatic pressure, ultrasonication and pulsed eletrcic fields (PEF) belong to novel food processing methods which are mostly implemented in combination with moderate temperatures and/ or in combination with each other in order to provide adequate microbiological quality with minimal losses of nutritional value. All of three mentioned methods have been intensively investigated for the purpose of inactivation and reduction of foodborne microorganisms present in milk and dairy products. However, a large number of scientific researches have been dedicated to investigation of impact of these methods on changes in constituents like milk fat, milk proteins and lactose as well as changes in mechanisms like renneting properties and coagulation of milk. The aim of this research was to give an overview of changes in milk constituents induced by high hydrostatic pressure, ultrasonification and pulsed electric field treatments as well as to suggest how these changes could improve conventional processes in the dairy industry.
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