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Kefir, Kımız, Süt ve Yoğurt Uygulamasının Fare Dalağında Plazma Hücresi ve Mast Hücrelerinin Dağılımı Üzerine Etkileri

Published on Jan 1, 2015in Kafkas Universitesi Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi0.411
· DOI :10.9775/KVFD.2014.12015
Sevda Eliş Yildiz2
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Funda Yiğit + 3 AuthorsSerap Koral Taşçi1
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Functional foods including kefir have increasingly become as popular as before in the developing world. The health benefits of kefir including the antioxidative effects are still under evaluation. Vitamin E is also a well-known antioxidant. The biologically damaging effects of reactive oxygen species are controlled in vivo by a wide spectrum of antioxidant defence mechanisms. Dietary constituents of antioxidative vitamins and other nutrients may play an important role in protecting the body agai...
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