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Express Dairy Protein Detector Developed Post Melamine Scandal

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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The National Institute of Metrology and ChangchunJilin University Little Swan Instruments Co. jointly researched and developed a protein detector for pure milk and milk powder. It can detect true protein contents quickly and effectively and takes only 10 minutes. Based on the concentration changes of a specific chromogenic reagent, which reacts with nitrogen in proteins, the protein concentration can be detected without the interferences of melamine, urea and other non-protein nitrogen. It is on the market in China. (Click here for more
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