"Effect of Aspergillus awamori-Fermented Burdock Root on Mouse Diabetes Induced by Alloxan—Prevention of Cell Apoptosis"
written by Kazunori Takemoto, Wakana Doi, Ayumi Zukeran, Junji Inoue, Kohji Ishihara, Noriyoshi Masuoka,
published by Food and Nutrition Sciences, Vol.5 No.16, 2014
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