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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: E. Horvath-Szanics, J. Perjéssy, A. Klupács, K. Takács, A. Nagy, E. Koppány-Szabó, F. Hegyi, E. Németh-Szerdahelyi, M.Y. Du, Z.R. Wang, J.Q. Kan, and Zs. Zalán

chitinolytic activity of these strains. Numerous organisms including plants, invertebrates, and higher animals express genes encoding so called chitinase-like proteins (they are called also chi-lectins), which show homology to family 18 chitinases, but lack

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results of the current study, L. vaginalis MA-10 strain may be a new bio-source for food, feed, and pharmaceutical industries after confirming its benefits and safe use in animal models. References Amenu , D. ( 2014 ). Probiotic properties of lactic

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37 and 42 °C – human and animal pathogens usually propagate well at these higher temperatures – and the optimum was between 20 and 30 °C, which overlaps the most effective inhibition temperature range of the above-mentioned pathogens. To observe

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Gábor Heckenast, Marcel Ferencz, and András Tibor Kertész

zoomorphic shape (marine animals). Fig. 6. Water analogy in architecture ( Source : drawn by G. Heckenast) Water analogies like flowing spaces or fluid architecture, do not just physically connect with water, but map the water itself and translate it into

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. Barley is one of the most cultivated crops globally (12% of total cereal cultivated), ranking fourth among cereal grains after wheat, rice, and maize. Approximately 65% of cultivated barley is used for animal feed, 33% for malting, whereas only 2% is used

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Ivana Marko, Réka Csicsaiová, Jaroslav Hrudka, Ivona Škultétyová, Štefan Stanko, and Paula Brandeburová

. In rainfall, from the roof was found an increased concentration of heavy metals [ 18 ], [ 19 ], or inert roof sediment (e.g., dust and feces in animals) [ 20 ]. 3 Methodic of research 3.1 Study area The research aimed to select and compare different

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1 Introduction Escherichia coli as a pathogen in humans and animals is still of significant importance, since E. coli transmission through consumption of raw milk, raw milk dairy products, and minced meat has been repeatedly documented ( EU

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