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Poultry Products

 
 
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Disease relevance of Poultry Products

 

High impact information on Poultry Products

 

Associations of Poultry Products with chemical compounds

 

Gene context of Poultry Products

  • Gas chromatograph analysis of the residual PCB patterns in the diet showed that the patterns in the marine products were somewhat different from those in dairy, meat, and poultry products [12].
  • Pork, poultry products, and beef liver presented a considerable amount of linoleic acid 11.85%, 19.54%, and 12.09%, respectively [8].

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