Biochemistry, Casein, Breed, Food science and Bovine milk are her primary areas of study. Biochemistry is frequently linked to Molecular biology in her study. She studies Rennet, a branch of Casein.
Her studies deal with areas such as Partial least squares regression and Skimmed milk as well as Breed. Lotte Bach Larsen performs multidisciplinary study in Food science and Coagulation in her work. Lotte Bach Larsen combines subjects such as Dairy cattle, Analytical chemistry, Chemometrics, Total fat and Infant formula with her study of Bovine milk.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Food science, Biochemistry, Casein, Chromatography and Rennet. Her Food science study frequently links to other fields, such as Protein composition. The various areas that Lotte Bach Larsen examines in her Casein study include Lactation, Whey protein, Gel electrophoresis and Somatic cell count.
Her Chromatography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Maillard reaction, Hydrolysis and Patatin. Her work carried out in the field of Rennet brings together such families of science as Genetic variants and Genetic variation. Her study looks at the relationship between Dairy cattle and topics such as Breed, which overlap with Bovine milk.
Lotte Bach Larsen spends much of her time researching Animal science, Food science, Chromatography, Bovine milk and Casein. Her research investigates the connection between Animal science and topics such as Heritability that intersect with problems in Partial least squares regression, Genetic variation and Genetic association. Her Food science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Protein composition, Udder and Sialic acid.
Her Chromatography research includes themes of Lanthionine, Maillard reaction and Raw milk. Her Bovine milk research incorporates themes from Proteases, Plasmin and Microbiology. Her Casein research includes elements of Glycosylation, Genetic variants, Skimmed milk, Particle size and Mole.
Lotte Bach Larsen mostly deals with Chromatography, Solanine, Chaconine, Solanidine and Animal science. Specifically, her work in Chromatography is concerned with the study of Extraction. Her Solanine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Plant protein, Starch, Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry, Mass spectrometry and Standard solution.
Her Chaconine investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Biochemistry, Bioconversion, Enzyme, Gene cluster and Aglycone. Her research on Animal science frequently links to adjacent areas such as Bovine milk.
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Effect of protein composition on the cheese-making properties of milk from individual dairy cows.
Anna Wedholm;Lotte Bach Larsen;H Lindmark-Månsson;A H Karlsson.
Journal of Dairy Science (2006)
Changes in Structures of Milk Proteins upon Photo-oxidation
Trine Kastrup Dalsgaard;D. Otzen;Jacob Holm Nielsen;Lotte Bach Larsen.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2007)
Composition and effect of blending of noncoagulating, poorly coagulating, and well-coagulating bovine milk from individual Danish Holstein cows
P.D. Frederiksen;K.K. Andersen;M. Hammershøj;H.D. Poulsen.
Journal of Dairy Science (2011)
Distinct composition of bovine milk from Jersey and Holstein-Friesian cows with good, poor, or noncoagulation properties as reflected in protein genetic variants and isoforms.
H.B. Jensen;N.A. Poulsen;K.K. Andersen;M. Hammershøj.
Journal of Dairy Science (2012)
Bovine milk procathepsin D and cathepsin D: coagulation and milk protein degradation
Lotte B. Larsen;Connie Benfeldt;Lone K. Rasmussen;Torben E. Petersen.
Journal of Dairy Research (1996)
NMR-Based Milk Metabolomics.
Ulrik K. Sundekilde;Lotte B. Larsen;Hanne C. Bertram.
The milk acid proteinase cathepsin D: a review
M.J Hurley;L.B Larsen;A.L Kelly;P.L.H McSweeney.
International Dairy Journal (2000)
Isolation and characterization of plasminogen and plasmin from bovine milk
Connie Benfeldt;Lotte B. Larsen;Jan T. Rasmussen;Peter A. Andreasen.
International Dairy Journal (1995)
Procathepsin D cannot autoactivate to cathepsin D at acid pH
Lotte B. Larsen;Anni Boisen;Torben E. Petersen.
FEBS Letters (1993)
Nuclear magnetic resonance metabonomics reveals strong association between milk metabolites and somatic cell count in bovine milk.
U.K. Sundekilde;N.A. Poulsen;L.B. Larsen;H.C. Bertram.
Journal of Dairy Science (2013)
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