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Experiments with organic and inorganic copper compounds. I. Oral substitution in copper-deficient rats and swine



Experiments with organic and inorganic copper compounds. I. Oral substitution in copper-deficient rats and swine



Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, A 31(9): 645-659



Severely retarded growth in pigs and rats fed diets with a low Cu content was restored by Cu supplementation.

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