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Comparison of the Diagnostic Value of a Modified 131-I Triolein Test with that of the Tests for Total Serum Lipid, Cholesterol and Beta-Lipoprotein in Coronary Heart Disease



Comparison of the Diagnostic Value of a Modified 131-I Triolein Test with that of the Tests for Total Serum Lipid, Cholesterol and Beta-Lipoprotein in Coronary Heart Disease



Journal of Atherosclerosis Research 5(2): 255-258




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