Growth stimulating effect of bovine milk lactoferrin on dermal cells and probiotic bacteria

@article{Titov2016GrowthSE,
  title={Growth stimulating effect of bovine milk lactoferrin on dermal cells and probiotic bacteria},
  author={E. Titov and N. Tikhomirova and I. Ionova and I. Gorlov and M. Slozhenkina and N. I. Mosolova and E. Zlobina},
  journal={Emirates Journal of Food and Agriculture},
  year={2016},
  volume={28},
  pages={540-546}
}
*Corresponding author: Ivan F. Gorlov, Volga Region Research Institute of Meat-and-milk Manufacture and Processing, 400131, Rokossovskogo St., 6, Volgograd, Russia. Tel.: +78442391101. Fax.: +78442391142. E-mail: niimmp@mail.ru. Received: 27 June 2016; Revised: 23 April 2016; Accepted: 24 April 2016; Published Online: 29 April 2016 Titov, et al.: Growth stimulating effect of bovine lactoferrin Emir. J. Food Agric ● Vol 28 ● Issue 8 ● 2016 541 destructive for the cell membrane to start: A… Expand

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