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Calcium absorption and the calcium/phosphate ratio in the preterm infant



Calcium absorption and the calcium/phosphate ratio in the preterm infant



Nutrition Reviews 42(7): 243-244



A study by Moya and Domenech on Ca absorption in low birthwt. babies fed a conventional milk formula or a formula supplemented with calcium lactate is described and discussed.

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PMID: 6382071

DOI: 10.1111/j.1753-4887.1984.tb02339.x


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