• Patent

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

Bibliography

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.)

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