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Blood vitamin and choline concentrations in healthy domestic cats, dogs, and horses.
Blood concentrations of thiamin, biotin, nicotinates, pantothenates, folates, riboflavin, vitamins A, B6, B12, C, E, beta-carotene and choline were analyzed in healthy animals (23 horses, 25 dogs,Expand
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Vitamins, total cholesterol, and triglycerides in 642 New York City school children.
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Water-soluble vitamins in cells and spent culture supernatants of Poteriochromonas stipitata, Euglena gracilis, and Tetrahymena thermophila
Vitamins B6 and B12, biotin, folates, riboflavin, nicotinate, pantothenate, biopterin, and vitamin C (l-ascorbate) were assayed in Poteriochromonas stipitata, Euglena gracilis, and TetrahymenaExpand
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Concrete and Verbal Reinforcement in Creative Thinking of Disadvantaged Children
The effects of verbal and concrete reinforcement on creative thinking were investigated in disadvantaged Israeli seventh-graders (N = 90) in a baseline-treatment design. When compared to aExpand
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A riboflavin assay suitable for clinical use and nutritional surveys.
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Role of placenta in maternal-fetal vitamin transfer in humans.
Vitamins B12, B6, biotin, folate, thiamine, riboflavin, pantothenate, and nicotinate were determined in maternal and fetal blood and placental tissue of normovitaminemic and hypovitaminemic mothersExpand
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The measurement of skin blood flow in peripheral vascular disease by epicutaneous application of Xenon133.
Radioactive xenon133 applied epicutaneously was used to study the skin blood flow below the knee in sixteen normal subjects, in eight patients with peripheral vascular disease not requiringExpand
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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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Vitamin Distribution in Human Plasma Proteins
APART from vitamin B12, very little is known about the relation of vitamins and plasma proteins1–3. By coupling the availability of pure human blood fractions with sensitive, specific microbial andExpand
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