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A modification to the Aschaffenburg and Mullen alkaline phosphatise test suitable for goat's milk

Authors: D.J. Williams


This paper highlights the problems of obtaining accurate quantitative Aschaffenburg and Mullen phosphatase test results for the monitoring of goat's milk pasteurization. It introduces a modification to the standard Aschaffenburg and Mullen method so that the detection of the lower levels of alkaline phosphatase in goat's milk can be enhanced. The modification allows the detection of underpasteurized goat's milk and raw goat's milk in pasteurized goat's milk at a similar level to that shown for cow's milk by the standard Aschaffenburg and Mullen method.

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