Metabolomics analysis of medicinal insect Protaetia brevitarsis after Bacillus subtilis fermentation

  • 1 Jeonju AgroBio-Materials Institute, Jeonju-si, South Korea
In-Sun Park, Kang-Yeol Yu, Young-Moo Choo and Jiyoung KimORCID iD:

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