David A. Bender

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Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin, and is readily metabolized and excreted, so it has generally been assumed to have negligible toxicity, although at very high levels of intake it can cause(More)
Vitamin B6 deficient female rats showed a significantly earlier, greater and more prolonged uptake of a tracer dose of [3H]oestradiol into the uterus, with increased nuclear accumulation, compared(More)
For an adult in N balance, apart from small amounts of amino acids required for the synthesis of neurotransmitters, hormones, etc, an amount of amino acids almost equal to that absorbed from the diet(More)