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Quantitative Food Safety Method Fishes Out the Dangers

News   Jan 20, 2021 | Original story from Chung-Ang University

 
Quantitative Food Safety Method Fishes Out the Dangers

Spoiled food, especially fish, can have high levels of histamine, which can be dangerous to humans; thus, it is important to devise methods for the detection of such harmful chemicals in food Credit: Unsplash.

 
 
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