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Hygienic study of some amylolytic enzyme preparations derived from mold cultures of the aspergillus genus rat mouse cat aspergillus owamori aspergillus oryzae enz serum oxidase enz entero kinase enz phospho mono esterase



Hygienic study of some amylolytic enzyme preparations derived from mold cultures of the aspergillus genus rat mouse cat aspergillus owamori aspergillus oryzae enz serum oxidase enz entero kinase enz phospho mono esterase



Voprosy Pitaniya 27(2): 38-42




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