N. M. van Schoor

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Vitamin D levels remained fairly stable during ageing with increasing levels in persons aged 55–65 years old and decreasing levels in persons aged 65–88 years old. The seasonal variation was larger(More)
Background/objectives:Elevated plasma homocysteine has been linked to reduced mobility and muscle functioning in the elderly. The relation of methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) 677CT(More)