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Digestibilities of the proteins of Bengal gram Cicer arietinum Linn



Digestibilities of the proteins of Bengal gram Cicer arietinum Linn



Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. [B. 8: 367-372



The results of in vitro digestion of the whole meal and of the total proteins and globulins of gram by pepsin, trypsin, and by pepsin followed by trypsin, are recorded.

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