Minor constituents of human milk (I) identification of cyclohexaneundecanoic acid and phytanic acid in human milk fat by a combination gas chromatograph‐mass spectrometer

@article{Egge1969MinorCO,
  title={Minor constituents of human milk (I) identification of cyclohexaneundecanoic acid and phytanic acid in human milk fat by a combination gas chromatograph‐mass spectrometer},
  author={Heinz Egge and Uwe Murawski and Paul Gy{\"o}rgy and Friedrich W. Zilliken},
  journal={FEBS Letters},
  year={1969},
  volume={2}
}
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