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Enhanced growth hormone gh responsiveness to gh releasing hormone grh after dietary manipulation in obese and non obese subjects



Enhanced growth hormone gh responsiveness to gh releasing hormone grh after dietary manipulation in obese and non obese subjects



Clinical Research 35(3): 658A




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