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Selenium Bioaccessibility and Bioavailability in Se-Enriched Food Supplements.

Bibliographic reference Thiry, Céline ; Schneider, Yves-Jacques ; Pussemier, Luc ; De Temmerman, Ludwig ; Ruttens, Ann. Selenium Bioaccessibility and Bioavailability in Se-Enriched Food Supplements.. In: Biological Trace Element Research, (2013)
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