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Interrelation of transport systems for sugars and amino acids in small intestine



Interrelation of transport systems for sugars and amino acids in small intestine



Armstrong, W Mcd And A S Nunn Jr (Edited By) Intestinal Transport Of Electrolytes, Amino Acids And Sugars X + 352p Illus Charles C Thomas, Publisher: Springfield, Ill , U S A 281-318




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