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Production of high-lysine-content biscuit and examination of the absorption of lysine in humans

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Production of selenium-enriched milk and dairy products

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Methods and procedures for the processing of feather from poultry slaughterhouses and the application of feather meal as antioxidant

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Development of fortified bakery products based on kokoro, a traditional Nigerian snack

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Selenium in soil–plant–food systems

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Toxicity of selenium, application of selenium in fertilizers, selenium treatment of seeds, and selenium in edible parts of plants

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High hydrostatic pressure: Can we trust published data?

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The role of selenium in nutrition – A review

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Aluminium toxicity in winter wheat

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Methods and procedures for reducing soy trypsin inhibitor activity by means of heat treatment combined with chemical methods

kémiai módszerekkel [Method and procedure for decreasing the trypsin inhibitor content and urease activity of soy-bean by chemical methods combined with heat treatment]. XXI. Nemzetközi Vegyészkonferencia [21 st International Conference of Chemistry). Csíksomlyó (Şumuleu Ciuc), 23–27 September 2015. 24. [4] J. D. Astwood, J. N. Leach, R. L. Fuchs, Stability of food allergens to digestion in vitro. Nature Biotechnology , 14. (1996) 1269–1273. [5] K. Baintner, J. Csapó, Lack of acid-resistant trypsin inhibitor in mare’s colostrum: short communication. Acta

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