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Cow's milk averages about 1500 IU/liter but varies widely with the carotenoid content of the feed consumed. Potencies of milks of other ruminants are of about the same level except for the high-fat milk of reindeer which has about 4000 I U / liter. Nonruminant milks range from 800 IU/liter for horse to nearly 9000 IU/liter for dog (see Hartman and Dryden, 1965). h. STEROLS AND R E L A T E D C O M P O U N D S . Bovine milk fat contains 0 . 4% cholesterol (Nataf et al, 1948; Mulder and Zuidhof, 1958) of which about 1 0 - 1 5 % is present as esters (Mulder and Zuidhof, 1958; Patton and McCarthy, 1963a ) .
A distinctive protein was found by Groves ( 1960 ) to be associated with preparations of lactoferrin or red protein from bovine milk. He isolated and characterized this protein and designated it as lactollin. Its concentration in bovine milk is only about 2 mg/liter and its function is unknown. No homologous lactollin has been isolated from milks of other species. , 1967). Various glycoproteins occur in milk. Of course, κ-casein is a glycoprotein inasmuch as it contains carbohydrate moieties. Likewise the immunoglobulins contain carbohydrate groups.
The question of the number and specificities of the lipases and esterases in bovine milk is far from settled (see Groves, 1971; Kitchen, 1971). Human milk exhibits powerful lipolytic activity (Tarassuk et al, 1964). Bovine milk has considerable lipoprotein lipase activity which is apparently distinct from other lipases (Korn, 1962). Guinea pig milk exhibits remarkably high activity of lipoprotein lipase but rat milk has scarcely any ( Hamosh and Scow, 1971 ) . Lactate and malate dehydrogenases each exist in five different modifications, or isoenzymes, resulting from various combinations of two kinds of polypeptide chains.