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The Oral D-Xylose Test In Healthy Infants And Children. A Micro-Method Of Blood Determination



The Oral D-Xylose Test In Healthy Infants And Children. A Micro-Method Of Blood Determination



JAMA 186: 517-519



In a micro-method for the determination of blood xylose, blood xylose levels were determined at half hourly intervals for 3 hours in 30 healthy infants and children. The highest mean blood xylose level was 41.2 mg/100 ml and occurred at 60 min. The lowest peak value attained in any subject was 30.4 mg/100 ml.

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