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Oscillations in the rate of disappearance of labeled triiodothyronine from human plasma and the minimum sampling rate for their observation


, : Oscillations in the rate of disappearance of labeled triiodothyronine from human plasma and the minimum sampling rate for their observation. Experientia 26(3): 312-313



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