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Effect of iron enrichment of infant milk on the iron metabolism of young infants, as shown by oral iron tolerance test and total serum iron-binding capacity



Effect of iron enrichment of infant milk on the iron metabolism of young infants, as shown by oral iron tolerance test and total serum iron-binding capacity



Kinderarztliche Praxis 43(5): 202-210




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