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Vitamin content of fishery byproducts. Part 2. Vitamin B12 in Pacific sardine organs and riboflavin, nicotinic acid, and vitamin B12 in albacore tuna organs



Vitamin content of fishery byproducts. Part 2. Vitamin B12 in Pacific sardine organs and riboflavin, nicotinic acid, and vitamin B12 in albacore tuna organs



Commercial Fish Rev 17(2): 8-11



Relative amounts of the vitamin in the various organs are given as [mu]g/gi and methods are described.

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