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The significance of the somatic cell content of raw milk in relation to the quality of heat-treated milk and milk products



The significance of the somatic cell content of raw milk in relation to the quality of heat-treated milk and milk products



Revista do Instituto de Laticinios Candido Tostes 41(246): 36-38



This is a Portuguese translation of an English paper previously published in Bulletin, International Dairy Federation (1979) No. 114, 4-8

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