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Fundamental studies of microbiological assay for vitamin b complex by cup plate technique part 15 a microbiological assay method for pantothenic acid by cup plate technique using lactobacillus arabinosus


, : Fundamental studies of microbiological assay for vitamin b complex by cup plate technique part 15 a microbiological assay method for pantothenic acid by cup plate technique using lactobacillus arabinosus. Vitamins (Kyoto) 40(6): 405-411


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