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Effect of presoaking on recovery of fungi from cereals and cereal products

Effect of presoaking on recovery of fungi from cereals and cereal products

Methods for the mycological examination of food: 26-28

Results are presented from a collaborative exercise involving 4 laboratories undertaken to examine the effects of soaking and mixing times using a stomacher on recovery of fungi from a variety of cereals and cereal products.

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