Hydrolysis of αs1- and β-casein-derived peptides with a broad specificity aminopeptidase and proline specific aminopeptidases fromlactococcus lactissubsp.cremorisam2
Bouchier, Paul J
FitzGerald, Richard J
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Bouchier, Paul J; FitzGerald, Richard J; O'Cuinn, Gerard (1999). Hydrolysis of αs1- and β-casein-derived peptides with a broad specificity aminopeptidase and proline specific aminopeptidases fromlactococcus lactissubsp.cremorisam2. FEBS Letters 445 (2), 321-324
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