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Variations in dietary iron alter the binding of iron regulatory proteins to iron response element in the brain of developing rats

Variations in dietary iron alter the binding of iron regulatory proteins to iron response element in the brain of developing rats

FASEB Journal 14(4): A751, March 15

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