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LIPID COMPOSITION OF MEMBRANES FROM BUITER SERUM ISOLATED FROM BUFFALO MILK DURING DIFFERENT LACTATION STAGES

Article Id: ARCC5381
Citation :- LIPID COMPOSITION OF MEMBRANES FROM BUITER SERUM ISOLATED FROM BUFFALO MILK DURING DIFFERENT LACTATION STAGES.Asian Journal of Dairy and Food Research.2004.(23)
Sharma K.C., Bangia Sona, Singh Sudarshan
Address : Department of Biochemistry and Chemistry, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana-141004, India

Abstract

Fat globule membrane lipids from butter serum isolated from buffalo milk, during five different lactation stages were investigated. The yield of FGM was maximum (1.01 g/100 g fat) during the third lactation stage (121–180 days) after parturition. The total proteins were also comparatively higher in the third lactation stage. The triglycerides constituted the major component among neutral lipids followed by total phospholipids. Among phospholipids, the PE, PC and SPH constituted the major phospholipids followed by PS and PI. The proportion of PE, PC and SPH was comparatively lower in first lactation stage. The C16:0 and C18:1 constituted the major fatty acids. The other fatty acids detected were in the decreasing orders as C14:0, C18:0, C12:0, C10:0, C20:0, C14:1, C16:1, C18:2 and C18:3 respectively during these lactation stages.

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