Microscopic, biochemical and stable isotopic investigation of seven multi-nutritional food-balls from Indus archaeological site, Rajasthan (India)

@article{Agnihorti2021MicroscopicBA,
  title={Microscopic, biochemical and stable isotopic investigation of seven multi-nutritional food-balls from Indus archaeological site, Rajasthan (India)},
  author={Rajesh Agnihorti and Anjum Ara J. Farooqui and Nitesh Khonde and Runcie Paul Mathews and Shalini Sharma and S. K. S. Gahlaud and Sanjay Kumar Manjul and Arvin Manjul and Ravi Sawlani},
  journal={Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports},
  year={2021},
  volume={37},
  pages={102917}
}
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