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Omega-3 fatty acids: essential fatty acids with important biological effects, and serum phospholipid fatty acids as markers of dietary q3-fatty acid intake



Omega-3 fatty acids: essential fatty acids with important biological effects, and serum phospholipid fatty acids as markers of dietary q3-fatty acid intake



The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 57 supp: 1S-6S




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