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Hydrolyzed Rice Protein-Based Formulas, a Vegetal Alternative in Cow's Milk Allergy. / Dupont, Christophe; Bocquet, Alain; Tomé, Daniel; Bernard, Marie; Campeotto, Florence; Dumond, Pascale; Essex, Anna; Frelut, Marie Laure; Guénard-Bilbault, Lydie; Lack, Gideon; Linglart, Agnès; Payot, François; Taieb, Alain; Kalach, Nicolas.

In: Nutrients, Vol. 12, No. 9, 2654, 09.2020, p. 1-21.

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Dupont, C, Bocquet, A, Tomé, D, Bernard, M, Campeotto, F, Dumond, P, Essex, A, Frelut, ML, Guénard-Bilbault, L, Lack, G, Linglart, A, Payot, F, Taieb, A & Kalach, N 2020, 'Hydrolyzed Rice Protein-Based Formulas, a Vegetal Alternative in Cow's Milk Allergy', Nutrients, vol. 12, no. 9, 2654, pp. 1-21. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu12092654

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Dupont, C., Bocquet, A., Tomé, D., Bernard, M., Campeotto, F., Dumond, P., Essex, A., Frelut, M. L., Guénard-Bilbault, L., Lack, G., Linglart, A., Payot, F., Taieb, A., & Kalach, N. (2020). Hydrolyzed Rice Protein-Based Formulas, a Vegetal Alternative in Cow's Milk Allergy. Nutrients, 12(9), 1-21. [2654]. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu12092654

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Dupont C, Bocquet A, Tomé D, Bernard M, Campeotto F, Dumond P et al. Hydrolyzed Rice Protein-Based Formulas, a Vegetal Alternative in Cow's Milk Allergy. Nutrients. 2020 Sep;12(9):1-21. 2654. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu12092654

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Dupont, Christophe ; Bocquet, Alain ; Tomé, Daniel ; Bernard, Marie ; Campeotto, Florence ; Dumond, Pascale ; Essex, Anna ; Frelut, Marie Laure ; Guénard-Bilbault, Lydie ; Lack, Gideon ; Linglart, Agnès ; Payot, François ; Taieb, Alain ; Kalach, Nicolas. / Hydrolyzed Rice Protein-Based Formulas, a Vegetal Alternative in Cow's Milk Allergy. In: Nutrients. 2020 ; Vol. 12, No. 9. pp. 1-21.

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