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Inhibition in certified milk.

Inhibition in certified milk.

Arch. Lebensmittelhyg, 13: 9, 206-08

Of 593 samples of commercial certified milk from 31-35 producers examined between Jan. 1961 and April 1962 for the presence of inhibitory substances, 13 from 11 farms were positive. Total counts ranged from 2, 650 to 380, 000/ml. and coliform counts from 0 to 70/ml.

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