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Lactose hydrolysis in half-skimmed milk by kluyveromyces lactis: action on milk constituents--proteins, lipids, calcium and phosphorus



Lactose hydrolysis in half-skimmed milk by kluyveromyces lactis: action on milk constituents--proteins, lipids, calcium and phosphorus



Microbiologie aliments nutrition = Microbiology foods and feeds nutritiont 5(3): 227-233




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