Jason Dossett

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Vitamin B12 is stored in the liver and raised serum levels of the vitamin, as assayed biologically, are present in a variety of liver disorders, particularly those accompanied by acute necrosis of liver cells. Kristensen (1956) suggested the use of serum vitamin B12 level as a liver function test and Rachmilewitz, Stein, Aronovitch, and Grossowicz (1958),(More)
Vitamin B12 is stored in the liver and raised serum levels of the vitamin, as assayed biologically, are present in a variety of liver disorders, particularly those accompanied by acute necrosis of liver cells. Kristensen (1956) suggested the use of serum vitamin B12 level as a liver function test and Rachmilewitz, Stein, Aronovitch, and Grossowicz (1958),(More)