DURING the course of experiments on the introduction of hydrogen peroxide as a routine means of raw milk preservation, the following anomaly was observed.
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BABAD, J., BOROS, D. & BAIER, F. Lowered Bactericidal Efficiency of Hydrogen Peroxide on Milk from Cows treated with Penicillin. Nature 184, 292–293 (1959). https://doi.org/10.1038/184292a0
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