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Balance and equilibrium relations of some vitamins (riboflavin, folic acid, vitamin B12) in normal subjects and in patients suffering from chronic intestinal syndromes. I. The riboflavin balance



Balance and equilibrium relations of some vitamins (riboflavin, folic acid, vitamin B12) in normal subjects and in patients suffering from chronic intestinal syndromes. I. The riboflavin balance



Acta Vitaminologica 7(6): 246-251




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