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Vitamin a transporting system in plasma physicochemical studies on retinol binding protein prealbumin and retinol binding protein prealbumin complex from goat and chicken

Vitamin a transporting system in plasma physicochemical studies on retinol binding protein prealbumin and retinol binding protein prealbumin complex from goat and chicken

Cama, H R And P S Sastry (Ed ) World Review Of Nutrition And Dietetics, Vol 31 Vitamin And Carrier Functions Of Polyprenoids Symposium Bangalore, India, Dec 8-11, 1976 Xiii+246p Illus S Karger: Basel, Switzerland; New York, N Y , Usa ISBN 3-8055-2801-9: 52-58

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