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Milk microfiltration process dataset annotated from a collection of scientific papers

Abstract : Milk microfiltration process plays a key role in the dairy industry. Crossflow microfiltration of skimmed milk using a membrane with 0.1 µm mean pore size is widely used to fractionate the two main groups of dairy proteins: casein micelles (~150 nm) and serum proteins (~2-15 nm). Retentate, containing mainly casein micelles, is generally used to enrich vat milk for cheese making. Permeate, containing serum proteins, lactose and minerals, is usually ultrafiltered in order to produce protein-rich concentrate with a high nutritional value dedicated to specific populations such as infants and seniors. The great interest in these protein fractions explains the increasing number of microfiltration equipments in the dairy industry. This data article contains data associated with milk microfiltration process experiments and properties of the resulting dairy fractions annotated from a collection of scientific documents. These data are stored in INRAE public repository (see Data accessibility in the Specification Table for direct links to data). They have been structured using MILK MICROFILTRATION ontology and are replicated in @Web data warehouse providing additional querying tools
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Patrice Buche, Stéphane Dervaux, Nadine Leconte, Maellis Belna, Manon Granger-Delacroix, et al.. Milk microfiltration process dataset annotated from a collection of scientific papers. Data in Brief, Elsevier, 2021, 36, pp.107063. ⟨10.1016/j.dib.2021.107063⟩. ⟨hal-03227408⟩



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