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Ascorbic acid distribution and metabolism of trace elements and uridine in correspondence to ovulation preparation and ovulation



Ascorbic acid distribution and metabolism of trace elements and uridine in correspondence to ovulation preparation and ovulation



Acta Endocrinologica, Denmark 73(Suppl. 177): 19



The concentrations of ascorbic acid, copper, iron, magnesium, zinc and uridine in the ovaries and other organs of guinea-pigs during the pre-ovulatory period were measured.

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