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Influence of FADS Polymorphisms on Tracking of Serum Glycerophospholipid Fatty Acid Concentrations and Percentage Composition in Children

By Claudia Glaser, Peter Rzehak, Hans Demmelmair, Norman Klopp, Joachim Heinrich and Berthold Koletzko
Topics: Research Article
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