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Comparative characteristics of individual and total amino acids in milk of women workers and women living in villages located at different distances from a synthetic chloroprene rubber factory



Comparative characteristics of individual and total amino acids in milk of women workers and women living in villages located at different distances from a synthetic chloroprene rubber factory



Zhurnal Eksperimental' noi i Klinicheskoi Meditsiny 14(1): 96-101



Values for 16 amino acids determined by paper chromatography of milk protein hydrolysates are tabulated for 8th day of lactation of 25 women workers at the rubber factory, 30 women from each of 3 villages situated at 0.5, 1.5 and 3.0 km respectively from the factory, 25 women living in the town of Artashat and 25 women living in Erevan.

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