Biochemical and functional characterisation of casein and whey protein hydrolysates

@inproceedings{Ven2002BiochemicalAF,
  title={Biochemical and functional characterisation of casein and whey protein hydrolysates},
  author={Cornelly van der Ven},
  year={2002}
}
Van der Ven, C. (2002). Biochemical and functional characterisation of casein and whey protein hydrolysates. A study on the correlations between biochemical and functional properties using multivariate data analysis. Ph.D. thesis Wageningen University, The Netherlands, 2002. 

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