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t they have built a more calcium-friendly soybean. In an effort to make the calcium in the bean more easily absorbed by the intestine, the researchers removed phytate, a chemical that is known to hinder absorption. They also modified two different types of amino acids in the bean to make it more acidic. The new soybean retains the taste of the original bean while forming a whiter and smoother product, says Hitomi Kumagai, Ph.D., a researcher at the university. (AGFD 124, Tuesday, Sept. 12, 8:05 a.m.)


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