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Some flavonoids identified in beet stalks can help the antioxidant endogenous defenses during a chronic inflammation process. The current study investigates... 
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The Maillard reaction is responsible for color and flavor formation in fried, roasted and baked foods. However, this reaction can also promote the formation of... 
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亚太热带生物医学杂志:英文版, ISSN 2221-1691, 2016, Volume 6, Issue 9, pp. 785 - 794
Objective:To explore the anti-proliferative activity of purified L-asparaginase from Aspergillus oryzae CCT 3940(A.oryzae).Methods:L-asparaginase was produced... 
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