Mechanism of inactivation microorganisms by pulsed high hydrostatic pressure

Alpas, Hami
Pilavtepe, Mutlu
Bozoğlu, Faruk


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H. Alpas, M. Pilavtepe, and F. Bozoğlu, “Mechanism of inactivation microorganisms by pulsed high hydrostatic pressure,” 2009. Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: