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Estimation of the content of minor peptides in enzymic proteolysates using a cuprimetric method. Interest for nutritional medicine

, : Estimation of the content of minor peptides in enzymic proteolysates using a cuprimetric method. Interest for nutritional medicine. Bulletin de l' Academie National de Medecine 174(4): 467-477

Estimation of di- and tripeptides present in protein hydrolysates using a copper2+ method, is described.

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