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Improving articles reporting nutritional studies of extracts in the British Journal of Nutrition and in the Journal of Nutritional Science


Journal of Nutritional Science 2: E27-E27
Improving articles reporting nutritional studies of extracts in the British Journal of Nutrition and in the Journal of Nutritional Science


Accession: 053751548

PMID: 25191576

DOI: 10.1017/jns.2013.21



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