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Validation of a new procedure for computing exogenous glucose oxidation during exercise using carbon 13 glucose



Validation of a new procedure for computing exogenous glucose oxidation during exercise using carbon 13 glucose



Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 23(4 Suppl.): S100




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