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Comparison of two-component and multi-component models in estimating body composition of Hispanic women



Comparison of two-component and multi-component models in estimating body composition of Hispanic women



Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 27(5 SUPPL ): S118




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DOI: 10.1249/00005768-199505001-00671


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