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The lipolytic activity of extracellular enzymes of Yersinia enterocolitica inoculated into chilled and frozen single (18% fat) and double (48% fat) cream



The lipolytic activity of extracellular enzymes of Yersinia enterocolitica inoculated into chilled and frozen single (18% fat) and double (48% fat) cream



Journal of Dairy Science 69(Suppl. 1): 71



Sterile cream samples inoculated with Yersinia enterocolitica strains NCTC 10460 and NCTC 10598 were stored at 4 degrees C for 4 wk then at -10 degrees C for 8 wk.

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