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casein/ca·sein/ (ka´sēn) a phosphoprotein, the principal protein of milk, the basis of curd and of cheese. note: In British nomenclature casein is called caseinogen, and paracasein is called casein.
caseinA protein derived from CASEINOGEN in milk by the action of renin in the stomach.
caseina milk protein precipitated out of milk in acid conditions or by the action of RENNIN. It is the principal protein in cheese.
Patient discussion about casein
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