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Effect of electrical stunning of pigs on postmortem changes in muscle pH and the degree of bleeding out


, : Effect of electrical stunning of pigs on postmortem changes in muscle pH and the degree of bleeding out. Untersuchungen uber die Auswirkungen elektrischer Betaubungsverfahren auf pH Wert Entwicklung und Ausblutungsgrad bei Schlachtschweinen: 137 pp.

A recommended procedure was to place electrodes, delivering 1. 25 A at 250 V, on the head for 8 sec, then on the chest for at least 4 sec.

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