Corpus ID: 113821555

Native whey- and milk-protein supplementation combined with resistance exercise, induces similar anabolic signaling-responses downstream of mTOR in elderly

@inproceedings{Seeberg2015NativeWA,
  title={Native whey- and milk-protein supplementation combined with resistance exercise, induces similar anabolic signaling-responses downstream of mTOR in elderly},
  author={Fridtjof Seeberg},
  year={2015}
}

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