True ileal amino acid digestibility and digestible indispensable amino acid scores (DIAASs) of plant-based protein foods.

  title={True ileal amino acid digestibility and digestible indispensable amino acid scores (DIAASs) of plant-based protein foods.},
  author={Yohan Reynaud and Caroline Buffi{\`e}re and B. Cohade and M{\'e}lissa Vauris and Kevin Liebermann and Noureddine Hafnaoui and Michel Lopez and Isabelle Souchon and Didier Dupont and Didier R{\'e}mond},
  journal={Food chemistry},

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