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Association between the bovine milk metabolome and rennet-induced coagulation properties of milk

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Association between the bovine milk metabolome and rennet-induced coagulation properties of milk. / Sundekilde, Ulrik K.; Gustavsson, Frida; Poulsen, Nina Aagaard; Glantz, Maria; Paulsson, Marie; Larsen, Lotte B.; Bertram, Hanne C.

I: Journal of Dairy Science, Bind 97, Nr. 10, 01.01.2014, s. 6076-6084.

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Sundekilde, Ulrik K. ; Gustavsson, Frida ; Poulsen, Nina Aagaard ; Glantz, Maria ; Paulsson, Marie ; Larsen, Lotte B. ; Bertram, Hanne C. / Association between the bovine milk metabolome and rennet-induced coagulation properties of milk. I: Journal of Dairy Science. 2014 ; Bind 97, Nr. 10. s. 6076-6084.

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title = "Association between the bovine milk metabolome and rennet-induced coagulation properties of milk",
abstract = "The milk metabolomes of 407 individual Swedish Red dairy cows were analyzed by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy as part of the Danish-Swedish Milk Genomics Initiative. By relating these metabolite profiles to total milk protein concentration and rheological measurements of rennet-induced milk coagulation together using multivariate data analysis techniques, we were able to identify several different associations of the milk metabolome to technological properties of milk. Several novel correlations of milk metabolites to protein content and rennet-induced coagulation properties were demonstrated. Metabolites associated with the prediction of total protein content included choline, N-acetyl hexosamines, creatinine, glycerophosphocholine, glutamate, glucose 1-phosphate, galactose 1-phosphate, and orotate. In addition, levels of lactate, acetate, glutamate, creatinine, choline, carnitine, galactose 1-phosphate, and glycerophosphocholine were significantly different when comparing noncoagulating and well-coagulating milks. These findings suggest that the mentioned metabolites are associated with milk protein content and rennet-induced coagulation properties and may act as quality markers for cheese milk.",
keywords = "Dairy milk, Metabolomics, Milk coagulation, Milk metabolite, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, milk, coagulation",
author = "Sundekilde, {Ulrik K.} and Frida Gustavsson and Poulsen, {Nina Aagaard} and Maria Glantz and Marie Paulsson and Larsen, {Lotte B.} and Bertram, {Hanne C.}",
year = "2014",
month = jan,
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doi = "10.3168/jds.2014-8304",
language = "English",
volume = "97",
pages = "6076--6084",
journal = "Journal of Dairy Science",
issn = "0022-0302",
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T1 - Association between the bovine milk metabolome and rennet-induced coagulation properties of milk

AU - Sundekilde, Ulrik K.

AU - Gustavsson, Frida

AU - Poulsen, Nina Aagaard

AU - Glantz, Maria

AU - Paulsson, Marie

AU - Larsen, Lotte B.

AU - Bertram, Hanne C.

PY - 2014/1/1

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N2 - The milk metabolomes of 407 individual Swedish Red dairy cows were analyzed by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy as part of the Danish-Swedish Milk Genomics Initiative. By relating these metabolite profiles to total milk protein concentration and rheological measurements of rennet-induced milk coagulation together using multivariate data analysis techniques, we were able to identify several different associations of the milk metabolome to technological properties of milk. Several novel correlations of milk metabolites to protein content and rennet-induced coagulation properties were demonstrated. Metabolites associated with the prediction of total protein content included choline, N-acetyl hexosamines, creatinine, glycerophosphocholine, glutamate, glucose 1-phosphate, galactose 1-phosphate, and orotate. In addition, levels of lactate, acetate, glutamate, creatinine, choline, carnitine, galactose 1-phosphate, and glycerophosphocholine were significantly different when comparing noncoagulating and well-coagulating milks. These findings suggest that the mentioned metabolites are associated with milk protein content and rennet-induced coagulation properties and may act as quality markers for cheese milk.

AB - The milk metabolomes of 407 individual Swedish Red dairy cows were analyzed by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy as part of the Danish-Swedish Milk Genomics Initiative. By relating these metabolite profiles to total milk protein concentration and rheological measurements of rennet-induced milk coagulation together using multivariate data analysis techniques, we were able to identify several different associations of the milk metabolome to technological properties of milk. Several novel correlations of milk metabolites to protein content and rennet-induced coagulation properties were demonstrated. Metabolites associated with the prediction of total protein content included choline, N-acetyl hexosamines, creatinine, glycerophosphocholine, glutamate, glucose 1-phosphate, galactose 1-phosphate, and orotate. In addition, levels of lactate, acetate, glutamate, creatinine, choline, carnitine, galactose 1-phosphate, and glycerophosphocholine were significantly different when comparing noncoagulating and well-coagulating milks. These findings suggest that the mentioned metabolites are associated with milk protein content and rennet-induced coagulation properties and may act as quality markers for cheese milk.

KW - Dairy milk

KW - Metabolomics

KW - Milk coagulation

KW - Milk metabolite

KW - Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

KW - milk

KW - coagulation

U2 - 10.3168/jds.2014-8304

DO - 10.3168/jds.2014-8304

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 25087032

AN - SCOPUS:84908031059

VL - 97

SP - 6076

EP - 6084

JO - Journal of Dairy Science

JF - Journal of Dairy Science

SN - 0022-0302

IS - 10

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