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Casein: Quiz

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Question 1: The ________ trypsin can hydrolyze off a phosphate-containing peptone.
ProteinEnzyme inhibitorCofactor (biochemistry)Enzyme

Question 2: It is precipitated by ________ and by rennet enzymes, a proteolytic enzyme typically obtained from the stomachs of calves.
Acid–base reactionAcid dissociation constantOxygenAcid

Question 3: Casein has a molecular structure that is quite similar to that of ________.
Triticeae glutensGluten-free dietGlutenCoeliac disease

Question 4: British terminology, on the other hand, uses the term caseinogen for the uncoagulated protein and casein for the coagulated ________.
ActinMetabolismProteinMyosin

Question 5: [6] Some believe that this casomorphine aggravates the symptoms of ________.
Asperger syndromePervasive developmental disorderRett syndromeAutism

Question 6: Casein (from ________ caseus "cheese") is the predominant phosphoprotein (αS1, αS2, β, κ) that accounts for nearly 80% of proteins in cow milk and cheese.
Vulgar LatinRoman EmpireLatinOld Latin

Question 7: It is relatively ________, making it poorly soluble in water.
HydrophobeSuperhydrophobeHydrophileChemical polarity

Question 8: Casein has been documented to break down to produce the peptide casomorphin, an opioid that appears to act primarily as a ________ releaser.
IbogaineHistamineAmitriptylineMirtazapine

Question 9: Plasma immunoreactive ________ concentration in rats given a casein diet was higher than that in rats given a soya-bean-protein or protein-free diet.
Nerve growth factorInsulin-like growth factorInsulin-like growth factor 1Insulin-like growth factor 2

Question 10: ________, Monday, December 6, 1936 Lanital
Time (magazine)NewsweekNational ReviewThe New Yorker







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