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THE FATE OF ORALLY AND PARENTERALLY ADMINISTERED FOLATES.
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Vitamins, total cholesterol, and triglycerides in 642 New York City school children.
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Pantothenic Acid, Thiamine and Folic Acid Levels at Parturition.∗
Summary A comparison of pantothenic acid, thiamine, and PGA serum levels of mothers and infants at parturition shows an approximately 5-fold increase of these vitamins in the fetal circulation. TheExpand
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Reversal of Folate Malabsorption in Tropical and Non-tropical Sprue by Calf Jejunum
In eight patients with folic acid malabsorption the malabsorption was reversed only when a combination of either 250 mg. of lyophilized human jejunal juice or 5 g. of lyophilized calf jejunum with 5Expand
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Metabolic Deficiencies in Protozoa Induced by Thalidomide
Thalidomide inhibits growth of some protozoa. This inhibition was counteracted by nicotinic acid, nicotinamide, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, and vitamin K1. The mechanism of toxicity may be anExpand
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A nutritional epidemiologic investigation of 642 New York City children.
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Data analysis strategy for nutritional survey of 642 New York City school children.
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EFFECT OF HEPATIC DISEASE ON LIVER B-COMPLEX VITAMIN TITERS.
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