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Probiotics in food safety and human health


, : Probiotics in food safety and human health. Probiotics in food safety and human health: 494 pp.

This book, which consists of 19 chapters, focuses on topics related to pre- and postharvest food safety applications of probiotics, functional properties of probiotics, genetic engineering, and probiotic identification.

DOI: 10.1111/j.1471-0307.2007.00324.x


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