• Patent

Inactivation of heat resistant bacterial proteases in ultra-high temperature treated milk

Citation

Adams, D. M., Barach, J. T., & Speck, M. L. (1979). IPC No. U.S.Inactivation of heat resistant bacterial proteases in ultra-high temperature treated milk (Patent No. 4175141.)

Abstract

Heat resistant proteases which are commonly found in ultra-high temperature treated milk may be destroyed by holding the milk at a low temperature of greater than 50.degree. C. up to 65.degree. C. for at least several minutes either prior to or subsequent to the ultra-high temperature treatment.