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Continuous production of blue pigments by immobilized plant cells and characterization of the pigments



Continuous production of blue pigments by immobilized plant cells and characterization of the pigments



Okada, H., A. Tanaka And H. W. Blanch (ed.). Annals Of The New York Academy Of Sciences, Vol. 613. Enzyme Engineering; Tenth International Conference, Kashikojima, Japan, September 24-29,. Xxii 897p. New York Academy Of Sciences: New York, New York, Usa. Illus. 542-546




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