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Serum lipid profiles and dietary intakes in clinically obese, African American women in the Washington, DC metropolitan area

Serum lipid profiles and dietary intakes in clinically obese, African American women in the Washington, DC metropolitan area

FASEB Journal 7(3-4): A516

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