Present Scenario and Future Prospects of Phytase in Aquafeed - Review -
Dipesh Debnath (Debnath D), N. P. Sahu (Sahu NP), A. K. Pal (Pal AK), Kartik Baruah (Baruah K), Sona Yengkokpam (Yengkokpam S), S. C. Mukherjee (Mukherjee SC)
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2005;18(12):1800-1812.   Published online 2005 Dec 2     DOI:
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