RE: Protein bioavailability of Wolffia globosa duckweed, a novel aquatic plant, a randomized controlled trial

Published:August 16, 2019DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clnu.2019.08.007
      We are thankful for the justified questions of Dr. Christine Dawczynski and her colleagues regarding the presence of an active B12 vitamin in this specific plant, as this is, indeed, a unique phenomenon, which deserves further studies. Thank you for the opportunity to clarify and to add new accumulated information.
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