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The bovine milk fat globule membrane: Liquid ordered domain formation and anticholesteremic effects during digestion

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posted on 2023-06-06, 20:12 authored by Patrick Tai, Matt Golding, Harjinder Singh, David EverettDavid Everett

 The milk fat globule membrane (MFGM) has undergone a renaissance in nutritional sciences. Recent understanding of how heterogenous, lateral milk polar lipids assemblies, enriched with sphingomyelin and cholesterol, form a liquid-ordered (Lo) phase, call assumptions about milk fat digestion into question. Clinical studies on the anticholesteremic effect of milk polar lipids, fundamental research on the structure and properties of Lo domains, and hypotheses on the sphingomyelin and cholesterol interactions that lead to the establishment of Lo structures are critically reviewed. Whereas previous reviews delivered overviews on such topics, this review critically considers the interplay of structure, digestion, and composition. 

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Riddet Institute

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Copyright © 2023 Informa UK Limited

Publication date

2022-01-09

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  • Non revenue

Language

  • English

Does this contain Māori information or data?

  • No

Publisher

Taylor & Francis

Journal title

Food Reviews International

ISSN

1525-6103

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