La determinazione analitica delle micotossine nei prodotti lattiero-caseari

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Ecco la bibliografia dell’articolo “La determinazione analitica delle micotossine nei prodotti lattiero-caseari” a firma Marco Iammarino pubblicato sul fascicolo di ottobre de Il latte, pag. 56-63.

 

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