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Genetic bases of tomatо marker-assisted selection in Belarus

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Nanobiotechnology Medical Applications: Overcoming Challenges Through Innovation

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Total nitrogen, water-soluble nitrogen and free amino acids profile during ripening of soft cheese enriched with Nigella sativa seed oil

Antimicrobial Activity of Chitosan and Its Application on Kariesh Cheese Shelf Life. Alexandria Science Exchange Journal: An International Quarterly Journal of Science Agricultural Environments. 38. 733-745. 2017. 15. Wahba NM, Ahmed AS, Ebraheim ZZ. Antimicrobial effects of pepper, parsley, and dill and their roles in the microbiological quality enhancement of traditional Egyptian Kareish cheese. Foodborne Pathog Dis. 2010;7(4):411-8. 16. Gouvea FS, Rosenthal A, Ferreira EHR. Plant extract and essential oils added as antimicrobials to cheeses: a review. Ciência

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Clinical and economic issues complicating cost-effectiveness evaluation of orphan diseases

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Prosopis juliflora (mesquite) gum exudate as a potential excipient

, and Drug Delivery Systems. Informa healthcare, New York, London 2006; pp. 1-2. 15. Calixto JB. Efficacy, safety, quality control, marketing and regulatory guidelines for herbal medicines (phytotherapeutic agents). Brazilian J Med Biol Res 2000; 33(2): 179-189. 16. Saif, MMS, Kumar, NS and Prasad MNV. Plant-based excipients-the case of Strychnos potatorum seed polysaccharide nanoparticles. 2014; 11, 44-48. 17. López-Franco YL, Córdova-Moreno RE, Goycoolea FM, Valdez MA, Juárez-Onofre J, Lizardi-Mendoza J. Classification

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Advanced approaches to produce polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) biopolyesters in a sustainable and economic fashion

polyhydroxyalkanoates and an integrated biorefinery. Int J Mol Sci 2016; 17(7): 1157. 16. Dietrich K, Dumont MJ, Del Rio LF, Orsat V. Producing PHAs in the bioeconomy—Towards a sustainable bioplastic. Sust Prod Consum 2017; 9: 58-70. 17. Koller M, Sandholzer D, Salerno A, Braunegg G, Narodoslawsky M. Biopolymer from industrial residues: Life cycle assessment of poly (hydroxyalkanoates) from whey. Res Cons Recyc 2013; 73: 64-71. 18. Obruca S, Benesova P, Marsalek L, Marova I. Use of lignocellulosic materials for PHA production. Chem Biochem Eng Q 2015; 29(2): 135

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Contributions of biotechnology to meeting future food and environmental security needs

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