from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A name given to those compounds in cheese which are extracted by strong alcohol and by water.
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This ferment acts upon the casein of milk, converting it into a soluble product known as _caseone_.
The hitherto insoluble casein is gradually transformed into soluble nitrogenous substances (_caseone_ of Duclaux, or _caseogluten_ of Weigmann).
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