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Cow's milk, the principal source of milk for human food, is the source of two main protein categories - caseins and serum or whey proteins. These proteins have very different compositional, structural and functional properties, and this chapter reviews these properties for each category of milk proteins. It also discusses ingredient products that are derived from milk containing varying mid to high levels of these proteins and their applications in food systems.

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