Casein hydrolysate

Casein hydrolysate

A preparation made from the milk protein casein, which is hydrolyzed to break it down into its constituent amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins.
Mentioned in: Galactosemia
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Casein hydrolysate was significant and suitable for the maturation of somatic embryogenesis generated from zygotic embryos or hypocotyl explants of C.
carnea, prepared a diet containing soy and casein hydrolysate and found satisfactory result till 8 generations.
It is reported that the casein hydrolysate of Aspergillus oryzae, expressed dominant role of antihypertensive effects in spontaneously hypertensive rats, mainly contains short peptides X-Pro sequences and X-Pro-Pro.
Such starter cultures may necessitate the incorporation of micronutrients (peptides and amino acids) through whey powder (WP), whey protein concentrate (WPC), acid casein hydrolysate (ACH), or tryptone for reducing the fermentation time and for improving the viability of probiotic bacteria.
Martinez-Maqueda D, Miralles B, Cruz-Huerta E, Recio I (2013) Casein hydrolysate and derived peptides stimulate mucin secretion and gene expression in human intestinal cells.
The current study therefore aimed to determine the effects of prolonged ingestion of a CHO + casein hydrolysate (CHO + PRO) supplement post-exercise on perceived levels of DOMS and muscle fatigue, in international level Sevens rugby players participating in a 23-day pre-season training camp.
The addition of 100 mg l-1 casein hydrolysate plus 150 mg l-1 glutamine and 100 mg l-1 casein hydrolysate plus vitamins showed to be good growth promoters in micropropagating Sarcocornia giving longer plantlets and higher multiplication rates.
For the further improvement of the media, 20% (v/v) coconut water + 300 mg/L Casein Hydrolysate were used.
Two hundred thirty infants with HLA-conferred susceptibility to type 1 diabetes and at least one family member with type 1 diabetes were randomly assigned to receive, in double-blind fashion, a casein hydrolysate formula or a conventional cow's milk-based formula (control) whenever breast milk was not available during the first 6 to 8 months of life.
Having observed the calming effect drinking milk has on babies, researchers at Ingredia Nutritional used a well-known digestive enzyme to develop Lac-tium, a milk casein hydrolysate containing a bioactive decapeptide with relaxing properties.
Lanoir, et al., "Long-Term Effects of a Bovine Milk Alpha-S1 Casein Hydrolysate on Healthy Low and High Stress Responders," Stress, 5(Suppl.), 124 (2002).
The N6 medium (Chu et al., 1975) was used for embryogenic callus induction, enrichment with 1g/L casein hydrolysate, 2.4-D (2, 2.5 or 3.0 mg/L) and agar (0.8; 1.0 or 1.3%).