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Oligosaccharides

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Kabrita’s goat milk naturally contains oligosaccharides

In collaboration with CarbExplore and Groningen University, we analysed the oligosaccharides in our Kabrita’s goat milk. This research shows that Kabrita’s goat milk naturally contains oligosaccharides which:– are 6 times higher than in cow’s milk– contain at least 12 different oligosaccharide structures of which 5 similar to human milk oligosaccharides (hMOS) Please check our research paper …

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Goat milk naturally contains oligosaccharides

During the 6th World Congress of the PGHAN our R&D department presented their latest research on oligosaccharides in goat milk. Our poster showed that our goat milk naturally contains oligosaccharides which: – are 6 times higher than in cow’s milk– contain at least 12 different oligosaccharide structures of which 5 similar to human milk oligosaccharides …

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Goat Milk Oligosaccharides: Their Diversity, Quantity, and Functional Properties in Comparison to Human Milk Oligosaccharides

In collaboration with the University of Groningen (RUG) and CarbExplore, Ausnutria’s R&D team investigated the diversity, quantity, and functionality of goat milk oligosaccharides. They concluded that “goat milk constitutes a promising alternative source for milk oligosaccharides, which can be used in infant formula.”Reading time: 30 minutes. Abstract Human milk is considered the golden standard in …

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Online expert meeting: the infant’s microbiota in health and disease

The Ausnutria Nutrition Institute organised it’s first online expert meeting entitled “The infant’s microbiota in health and disease” with: – Prof. Dr. Sharon Donovan, Professor and Melissa M. Noel Endowed Chair in Nutrition and Health; Director of the Personalized Nutrition Initiative at the University of Illinois, on “the compositional and functional development of the gut …

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Oligosaccharides in human milk

Carbohydrates are one of the main components found in milk. The major carbohydrate in milk is lactose, but human milk also contains high amounts of more complex carbohydrates named oligosaccharides (hMOS). Interested to explore what hMOS are and what their function is? Have a look at the infographic below. Reading time: 5 minutes.

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