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Excretion of 3-methylhistidine by pregnant women: evidence for a biphasic system of protein metabolism in human pregnancy



Excretion of 3-methylhistidine by pregnant women: evidence for a biphasic system of protein metabolism in human pregnancy



European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 42(6): 483-489



A positive nitrogen balance was established in 8 healthy women 26 to 36 years old early in their first pregnancy and persisted unchanged until parturition.

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