RENAL TUBULAR TRANSPORT OF PROLINE, HYDROXYPROLINE, AND GLYCINE IN HEALTH AND IN FAMILIAL HYPERPROLINEMIA.

@article{Scriver1964RENALTT,
  title={RENAL TUBULAR TRANSPORT OF PROLINE, HYDROXYPROLINE, AND GLYCINE IN HEALTH AND IN FAMILIAL HYPERPROLINEMIA.},
  author={Charles R. Scriver and Mary L. Efron and Irwin A. Schafer},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1964},
  volume={43},
  pages={
          374-85
        }
}
  • Charles R. Scriver, Mary L. Efron, Irwin A. Schafer
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    The Journal of clinical…
    1964
  • Medicine
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