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  • A BAMN Publication DIRECT-FED MICROBIALS (PROBIOTICS)

    2019-10-1u2002·u2002Direct-fed microbials are most commonly added to a calf's liquid diet, i.e., milk or milk replacer. Adding direct-fed microbials to pelleted feeds is difficult, as temperatures and pressures used in pelleting generally kill most organisms. Most direct-fed microbial products for calves are sold as feed additives, which are added to milk or milk

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  • Feeding the Newborn Dairy Calf - Penn State Extension

    2017-9-4u2002·u2002The Digestive System. At birth, the dairy calf's digestive system is underdeveloped. From birth to about 2 weeks of age, the calf is a monogastric, or simple-stomached, animal. The abomasum is the only stomach compartment actively involved in digestion, and milk or milk replacer provides nutrients.

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  • Dietary supplementation of yeast cell wall improves the ...

    2020-12-1u2002·u20021. Introduction. The calf stage is an important period in the life of dairy cows. Early weaning is a common way in rearing calves, because early weaning can reduce production cost and speed up ruminal development (Rezazadeh et al., 2019).However, calves have an obvious stress response to weaning because of the changes in feeding methods and feedstuffs.

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  • 2015 Cattle Guide - Animal Health International

    2019-3-13u2002·u2002microbials, support the growth of beneficial microbes in the gastrointestinal tract, unlike antibiotics which indiscriminately kill both good and bad bacteria, upsetting the natural balance in the gut. Probiotics, including lactic acid bacteria and yeasts, are given to calves and cattle to support digestion and improve intake.

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  • Label-free quantitative proteomics analysis reveals the ...

    2020-11-1u2002·u2002Although the colostrum contributes to passive immunity transfer and intestinal protection of the neonatal calves, little information is available regarding the changes in the digestion and absorption of colostral proteins in the neonatal calf intestine (Danielsen et al., 2011). Our results improve the understanding of how the time-dependent ...

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  • Intracellular antioxidant activity and intestinal ...

    2021-6-1u2002·u2002Peptides obtained after simulated gastrointestinal digestion (the whole digest as well as fractions of different MW) had an effect on the decrease of the intracellular ROS, while they had varied effects on the activity of the antioxidant enzymes and GSH in Caco-2 cells induced by 500 μM H 2 O 2. Some of the samples would undergo modifications ...

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  • Direct-fed microbial supplementation influences the ...

    2018-9-20u2002·u2002Do, D.N., Talbot, G. et al. Direct-fed microbial supplementation influences the bacteria community composition of the gastrointestinal tract of pre- …

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  • A Guide to Human Zinc Absorption: General Overview and ...

    2020-3-13u2002·u20022. Zinc Homeostasis and Its Role in Human Health. Zinc is the second most abundant micronutrient in the human body after iron [11,12].Based on bioinformatics research, approximately 2800 human proteins are presumed to bind zinc [], potentially requiring the divalent cation for catalytic, structural, and regulatory functions [5,13].Hereby, zinc is crucial for gene expression, is …

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  • Karger Publishers

    Connecting and Advancing Health Sciences. Karger Publishers is a worldwide publisher of scientific and medical content based in Basel, Switzerland.

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  • A BAMN Publication DIRECT-FED MICROBIALS (PROBIOTICS)

    2019-10-1u2002·u2002Direct-fed microbials are most commonly added to a calf's liquid diet, i.e., milk or milk replacer. Adding direct-fed microbials to pelleted feeds is difficult, as temperatures and pressures used in pelleting generally kill most organisms. Most direct-fed microbial products for calves are sold as feed additives, which are added to milk or milk

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  • A Guide to Human Zinc Absorption: General Overview and ...

    2020-3-13u2002·u20022. Zinc Homeostasis and Its Role in Human Health. Zinc is the second most abundant micronutrient in the human body after iron [11,12].Based on bioinformatics research, approximately 2800 human proteins are presumed to bind zinc [], potentially requiring the divalent cation for catalytic, structural, and regulatory functions [5,13].Hereby, zinc is crucial for gene expression, is …

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  • Use of a natural herbal-based feed additive containing ...

    2021-11-2u2002·u2002The dose used in this study followed the manufacturer's recommendations, based on previous studies (Wirth et al., 2014; Saltijeral-Oaxaca et al., 2015). To ensure the intake of the complete dose (5 g per feeding), the product was diluted and offered in an initial 250 ml fraction of the milk supplied to calves, followed by the remainder of the milk.

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  • 2015 Cattle Guide - Animal Health International

    2019-3-13u2002·u2002microbials, support the growth of beneficial microbes in the gastrointestinal tract, unlike antibiotics which indiscriminately kill both good and bad bacteria, upsetting the natural balance in the gut. Probiotics, including lactic acid bacteria and yeasts, are given to calves and cattle to support digestion and improve intake.

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  • Calf intestinal health linked to long-term performance

    2016-7-30u2002·u2002Calf gut health research needs to be part of a larger understanding of calf development, not an isolated study, as it can have lasting influence, say calf researchers. Many of the practices currently used in rearing dairy calves need to be reexamined through the lens of whole animal health and for a longer-term, said Mike Steele, assistant ...

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  • In Vitro Digestion of Proteins and Growth Factors in a ...

    2011-3-30u2002·u2002The digestion of major whey proteins/peptides, transforming growth factor-beta2 (TGF-β2) and insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) in a bovine whey protein extract (BWPE) was investigated in vitro using a dynamic gastrointestinal digestion system (TIM-1). β-lactoglobulin and glycomacropeptide were the whey components most resistant to 3 h of gastric digestion (pepsin) …

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  • Implication and challenges of direct-fed microbial ...

    2021-10-12u2002·u2002Direct-fed microbials (DFMs) are feed additives containing live naturally existing microbes that can benefit animals' health and production performance. Due to the banned or strictly limited prophylactic and growth promoting usage of antibiotics, DFMs have been considered as one of antimicrobial alternatives in livestock industry.

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  • Effect of dietary modulation of intestinal microbiota on ...

    2010-2-2u2002·u2002microencapsulation technology can help improve stability of probiotics. Manufacturers should guarantee that an effective concentration of live probiotic microbiota remain in the product at the end of the product's shelf life. References [1] Ballongue J. Bifidobacteria and probiotic action. In: Salimen S, von Wright A, Ouwehand A, editors.

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    We are an Open Access publisher and international conference Organizer. We own and operate 500 peer-reviewed clinical, medical, life sciences, engineering, and management journals and hosts 3000 scholarly conferences per year in the fields of clinical, medical, pharmaceutical, life sciences, business, engineering and technology.

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  • Five ways to focus on monitoring drugs!

    The author believes that certain drugs with the potential to improve the quality of life (such as compound coenzyme for injection, calf serum deproteinized injection, troxerutin cerebroprotein hydrolysate injection), or varieties with fewer manufacturers (such as cerebroside and carnosine) Injection, invert sugar electrolyte injection, etc. ), these channels can be considered.

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  • A BAMN Publication DIRECT-FED MICROBIALS (PROBIOTICS)

    2019-10-1u2002·u2002Direct-fed microbials are most commonly added to a calf's liquid diet, i.e., milk or milk replacer. Adding direct-fed microbials to pelleted feeds is difficult, as temperatures and pressures used in pelleting generally kill most organisms. Most direct-fed microbial products for calves are sold as feed additives, which are added to milk or milk

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  • Implication and challenges of direct-fed microbial ...

    2021-10-12u2002·u2002Direct-fed microbials (DFMs) are feed additives containing live naturally existing microbes that can benefit animals' health and production performance. Due to the banned or strictly limited prophylactic and growth promoting usage of antibiotics, DFMs have been considered as one of antimicrobial alternatives in livestock industry.

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  • Use of a natural herbal-based feed additive containing ...

    2021-11-2u2002·u20021. Introduction. Diarrhea is one of the major health challenges young calves experience, being one of the biggest causes of mortality in calves (Singh et al., 2009); it has a significant negative economic impact on animal productivity (Foster and Smith, 2009).Calf diarrhea can be caused by several etiologic agents, among which, the protozoa from the genus Cryptosporidium …

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  • Toxins

    This study explored and investigated how zearalenone (ZEA) affects the morphology of small intestine and the distribution and expression of ghrelin and proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) in the small intestine of weaned gilts. A total of 20 weaned gilts (42-day-old, D × L × Y, weighing 12.84 ± 0.26 kg) were divided into the control and ZEA groups (ZEA at 1.04 mg/kg in diet) in a 35 …

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  • Frontiers

    Ruminants are mostly herbivorous animals that employ rumen fermentation for the digestion of feed materials, including dairy cows. Ruminants consume plant fibre as their regular diet, but lack the machinery for their digestion. For this reason, ruminants maintain a symbiotic relation with microorganisms that are capable of producing enzymes to degrade plant polymers.

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  • Gelatin tannate reduces the proinflammatory effects of ...

    2012-5-8u2002·u2002Gelatin tannate is a mixture of tannic acid and gelatin. Tannic acid has astringent properties, due to its capacity to form protein–macromolecular complexes, as well as antibacterial and antioxidant properties. However, little is known about its anti-inflammatory properties. Intercellular adhesion ...

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    2021-5-28u2002·u2002It reduces digestive disturbances and upsets, stimulates appetite, optimises digestion of feed and reduces stress naturally. It also helps to treat and control scouring and diarrhoea, to establish (immature animals), re-establish (after antibiotic treatment) and maintain a balanced gastrointestinal microflora.

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  • Home - DeLaval

    Emerging Stronger Together. Maintaining a 135-year legacy of innovations for dairy farmers doesn't come without its challenges – including pandemics and crises. Throughout two world wars and several pandemics and outbreaks, DeLaval has adapted to continue providing world-class solutions to dairy farmers around the globe.

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  • Presence of Selected Methanogens, Fibrolytic Bacteria, and ...

    Introduction. At the moment of birth, the rumen of a calf has been reported to be sterile and not yet functional [].The rumen is then rapidly colonized by microorganisms in the days after birth [2,3].In their first 3 days of life, the dietary requirements of the calf are fulfilled by the uptake of colostrum only, which is enzymatically digested in the abomasum and the small intestine, and the ...

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  • Five ways to focus on monitoring drugs!

    The author believes that certain drugs with the potential to improve the quality of life (such as compound coenzyme for injection, calf serum deproteinized injection, troxerutin cerebroprotein hydrolysate injection), or varieties with fewer manufacturers (such as cerebroside and carnosine) Injection, invert sugar electrolyte injection, etc. ), these channels can be considered.

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  • Toxins

    This study explored and investigated how zearalenone (ZEA) affects the morphology of small intestine and the distribution and expression of ghrelin and proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) in the small intestine of weaned gilts. A total of 20 weaned gilts (42-day-old, D × L × Y, weighing 12.84 ± 0.26 kg) were divided into the control and ZEA groups (ZEA at 1.04 mg/kg in diet) in a 35 …

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  • Evaluating Human Intestinal Cell Lines for Studying ...

    2018-3-7u2002·u20023. Intestinal Di- and Tripeptide and Amino Acid Transporters. Proteins differ in absorption rate, depending on multiple factors such as amino acid composition (side chains, groups at N- and C-terminus), protein origin and processing (e.g., heating) [23,24,25].The transporters responsible for the uptake of di- and tripeptides and amino acids belong to the solute carrier …

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  • A pioneer calf foetus microbiome

    2020-10-19u2002·u2002In this study, we examined calf foetuses at 5, 6 and 7 months gestation to determine the presence of a microbiome within different components …

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  • Properties of a New Probiotic Candidate and Lactobacterin ...

    2020-3-25u2002·u2002Calf diarrhea is an important problem that can result in death and which leads to economic losses. Probiotics in the gastrointestinal tract can be effective for the prevention of diarrhea. In this study, some strains were isolated from traditional fermented dairy products (Shubat and Kumiss) and the feces of Holstein calves and heifers. Some probiotic properties were …

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  • Microorganisms

    Whey is the main byproduct of the dairy industry and contains sugars (lactose) and proteins (especially serum proteins and, at lesser extent, residual caseins), which can be valorized by the fermentative action of yeasts. In the present study, we characterized the spoilage yeast population inhabiting natural whey starter (NWS), the undefined starter culture of thermophilic lactic acid …

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  • Gelatin tannate reduces the proinflammatory effects of ...

    2012-5-8u2002·u2002Gelatin tannate is a mixture of tannic acid and gelatin. Tannic acid has astringent properties, due to its capacity to form protein–macromolecular complexes, as well as antibacterial and antioxidant properties. However, little is known about its anti-inflammatory properties. Intercellular adhesion ...

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  • PediaSure Peptide

    2021-11-5u2002·u2002Complete and balanced for use as sole-source or supplemental nutrition. DHA and lutein for brain and eye development. Available in Unflavored and great-tasting Vanilla and Strawberry flavors. Available in 1.5 Cal per mL for children needing higher caloric density. Convenient ready-to-use bottle for use as a peptide drink or tube feeding.

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  • Effects of Two Yeast based Direct Fed Microbials on ...

    2016-9-27u2002·u2002Effects of Two Yeast based Direct Fed Microbials on Performance of High Producing Dairy Cows H.C.vdW. Leicester a,b, P.H. Robinson b *, L.J. Erasmus a a Department of Animal and Wildlife Sciences, University of Pretoria, South Africa b Department of Animal Science, University of California, Davis, CA 95616, USA * Corresponding author. Tel.: 1-530-754-7565

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  • The Role of Enzyme Supplementation in Digestive Disorders ...

    Chemical digestion involves the catalytic processing of food in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract by digestive enzymes, aided by co-secreted substances, required to …

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    Help digestion and absorption, relieve constipation and other gastrointestinal problems. ★Features: Unique kneading massage method: farewell to the traditional massage method, deep massage the neck, 4 massage heads simultaneously kneading up or down, let you feel more relaxed.

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  • A BAMN Publication DIRECT-FED MICROBIALS

    2019-10-1u2002·u2002Direct-fed microbials are most commonly added to a calf's liquid diet, i.e., milk or milk replacer. Adding direct-fed microbials to pelleted feeds is difficult, as temperatures and pressures used in pelleting generally kill most organisms. Most direct-fed microbial products for calves are sold as feed additives, which are added to milk or milk

    Get Price
  • Feeding the Newborn Dairy Calf - Penn State Extension

    2017-9-4u2002·u2002The Digestive System. At birth, the dairy calf's digestive system is underdeveloped. From birth to about 2 weeks of age, the calf is a monogastric, or simple-stomached, animal. The abomasum is the only stomach compartment actively involved in digestion, and milk or milk replacer provides nutrients.

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  • Dietary supplementation of yeast cell wall improves the ...

    2020-12-1u2002·u20021. Introduction. The calf stage is an important period in the life of dairy cows. Early weaning is a common way in rearing calves, because early weaning can reduce production cost and speed up ruminal development (Rezazadeh et al., 2019).However, calves have an obvious stress response to weaning because of the changes in feeding methods and feedstuffs.

    Get Price
  • 2015 Cattle Guide - Animal Health International

    2019-3-13u2002·u2002microbials, support the growth of beneficial microbes in the gastrointestinal tract, unlike antibiotics which indiscriminately kill both good and bad bacteria, upsetting the natural balance in the gut. Probiotics, including lactic acid bacteria and yeasts, are given to calves and cattle to support digestion and improve intake.

    Get Price
  • Label-free quantitative proteomics analysis reveals the ...

    2020-11-1u2002·u2002Although the colostrum contributes to passive immunity transfer and intestinal protection of the neonatal calves, little information is available regarding the changes in the digestion and absorption of colostral proteins in the neonatal calf intestine (Danielsen et al., 2011). Our results improve the understanding of how the time-dependent ...

    Get Price
  • Intracellular antioxidant activity and intestinal ...

    2021-6-1u2002·u2002Peptides obtained after simulated gastrointestinal digestion (the whole digest as well as fractions of different MW) had an effect on the decrease of the intracellular ROS, while they had varied effects on the activity of the antioxidant enzymes and GSH in Caco-2 cells induced by 500 μM H 2 O 2. Some of the samples would undergo modifications ...

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  • Direct-fed microbial supplementation influences the ...

    2018-9-20u2002·u2002Do, D.N., Talbot, G. et al. Direct-fed microbial supplementation influences the bacteria community composition of the gastrointestinal tract of pre- and post-weaned calves. Sci Rep 8, …

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  • A Guide to Human Zinc Absorption: General Overview and ...

    2020-3-13u2002·u20022. Zinc Homeostasis and Its Role in Human Health. Zinc is the second most abundant micronutrient in the human body after iron [11,12].Based on bioinformatics research, approximately 2800 human proteins are presumed to bind zinc [], potentially requiring the divalent cation for catalytic, structural, and regulatory functions [5,13].Hereby, zinc is crucial for gene expression, is needed for the ...

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  • Karger Publishers

    Connecting and Advancing Health Sciences. Karger Publishers is a worldwide publisher of scientific and medical content based in Basel, Switzerland.

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  • ScienceDirect.com

    ScienceDirect is the world's leading source for scientific, technical, and medical research. Explore journals, books and articles.

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  • A BAMN Publication DIRECT-FED MICROBIALS (PROBIOTICS)

    2019-10-1u2002·u2002Direct-fed microbials are most commonly added to a calf's liquid diet, i.e., milk or milk replacer. Adding direct-fed microbials to pelleted feeds is difficult, as temperatures and pressures used in pelleting generally kill most organisms. Most direct-fed microbial products for calves are sold as feed additives, which are added to milk or milk

    Get Price
  • Feeding the Newborn Dairy Calf - Penn State Extension

    2017-9-4u2002·u2002The Digestive System. At birth, the dairy calf's digestive system is underdeveloped. From birth to about 2 weeks of age, the calf is a monogastric, or simple-stomached, animal. The abomasum is the only stomach compartment actively involved in digestion, and milk or milk replacer provides nutrients.

    Get Price
  • Dietary supplementation of yeast cell wall improves the ...

    2020-12-1u2002·u20021. Introduction. The calf stage is an important period in the life of dairy cows. Early weaning is a common way in rearing calves, because early weaning can reduce production cost and speed up ruminal development (Rezazadeh et al., 2019).However, calves have an obvious stress response to weaning because of the changes in feeding methods and feedstuffs.

    Get Price
  • 2015 Cattle Guide - Animal Health International

    2019-3-13u2002·u2002microbials, support the growth of beneficial microbes in the gastrointestinal tract, unlike antibiotics which indiscriminately kill both good and bad bacteria, upsetting the natural balance in the gut. Probiotics, including lactic acid bacteria and yeasts, are given to calves and cattle to support digestion and improve intake.

    Get Price
  • Label-free quantitative proteomics analysis reveals the ...

    2020-11-1u2002·u2002Although the colostrum contributes to passive immunity transfer and intestinal protection of the neonatal calves, little information is available regarding the changes in the digestion and absorption of colostral proteins in the neonatal calf intestine (Danielsen et al., 2011). Our results improve the understanding of how the time-dependent ...

    Get Price
  • Intracellular antioxidant activity and intestinal ...

    2021-6-1u2002·u2002Peptides obtained after simulated gastrointestinal digestion (the whole digest as well as fractions of different MW) had an effect on the decrease of the intracellular ROS, while they had varied effects on the activity of the antioxidant enzymes and GSH in Caco-2 cells induced by 500 μM H 2 O 2. Some of the samples would undergo modifications ...

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  • Direct-fed microbial supplementation influences the ...

    2018-9-20u2002·u2002Do, D.N., Talbot, G. et al. Direct-fed microbial supplementation influences the bacteria community composition of the gastrointestinal tract of pre- …

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  • A Guide to Human Zinc Absorption: General Overview and ...

    2020-3-13u2002·u20022. Zinc Homeostasis and Its Role in Human Health. Zinc is the second most abundant micronutrient in the human body after iron [11,12].Based on bioinformatics research, approximately 2800 human proteins are presumed to bind zinc [], potentially requiring the divalent cation for catalytic, structural, and regulatory functions [5,13].Hereby, zinc is crucial for gene expression, is …

    Get Price
  • Karger Publishers

    Connecting and Advancing Health Sciences. Karger Publishers is a worldwide publisher of scientific and medical content based in Basel, Switzerland.

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  • ScienceDirect.com

    ScienceDirect is the world's leading source for scientific, technical, and medical research. Explore journals, books and articles.

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