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Effects of specially prepared dry milk with high fat content on infant nutrition. Body growth, protein and lipid metabolism and renal solute load in healthy infants on demand feeding with the Crown Dia G Morinaga dry milk


Effects of specially prepared dry milk with high fat content on infant nutrition. Body growth, protein and lipid metabolism and renal solute load in healthy infants on demand feeding with the Crown Dia G Morinaga dry milk



Nihon Shonika Gakkai Zasshi. Acta Paediatrica Japonica 74(9): 848-857



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