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REPRO web site: http://www.repro-food.net

schweizer, t. f. and edwards, c. a. (Eds) (1992), Dietary Fibre - A Component of Food - Nutritional Function in Health and Disease, Berlin, Springer-Verlag.

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Stephen, a. m. and dea, y. (Eds) (1995), Food Polysaccharides, London, Marcel Dekker.

dumitriu, s. (Ed) (1998), Polysaccharides, Structural Diversity and Functional Versatility, London, Marcel Dekker.

teeri, t. t., swensson, b., gilbert, h. j. and feizi, t. (Eds) (2002), Carbohydrate Bioengineering, Interdisciplinary Approaches, London, Royal Society of Chemistry.

seymour, g. b. and knox, j. o. (Eds) (2002), Pectins and their Manipulation, Oxford, Blackwell.

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