||Towards recombinantly produced milk proteins : Physicochemical and emulsifying properties of engineered whey protein beta-lactoglobulin variants
Keppler, Julia K.; Heyse, Anja; Scheidler, Eva; Uttinger, Maximilian J.; Fitzner, Laura; Jandt, Uwe; Heyn, Timon R.; Lautenbach, Vanessa; Loch, Joanna I.; Lohr, Jonas; Kieserling, Helena; Günther, Gabriele; Kempf, Elena; Grosch, Jan Hendrik; Lewiński, Krzysztof; Jahn, Dieter; Lübbert, Christian; Peukert, Wolfgang; Kulozik, Ulrich; Drusch, Stephan; Krull, Rainer; Schwarz, Karin; Biedendieck, Rebekka
||Food Hydrocolloids 110 (2021). - ISSN 0268-005X
||Food Process Engineering
||Refereed Article in a scientific journal
||Two recombinant beta-lactoglobulin (BLG) B variants were produced in E. coli. Production/isolation resulted in native BLG without post-translational modifications. Properties of recombinant variants were compared to commercial BLG B and BLG AB. Minor differences in solubility and interface adsorption behavior were evident. Genetically engineered and natural BLGs show similar emulsifying properties.
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