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Tours et détours de la science (2)

(suite) Mills, C.E., Khatri, J., Maskell, P., Odongerel, C. and Webb, A.J. (2016) It is rocket science – Why dietary nitrate is hard to beet ! Part II: Further mechanisms and therapeutic potential of the nitrate-nitrite-NO pathway. British Journal of … Continue reading

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Nitrite, canneberge et Listeria monocytogenes

Xi, Y., Sullivan, G.A., Jackson, A.L., Zhou, G.H. and Sebranek, J.G. (2011) Use of natural antimicrobials to improve the control of Listeria monocytogenes in a cured cooked meat model system. Meat Science 88, 503-511 (voir l'abstract ici) Grâce à ses … Continue reading

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