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An in vitro investigation of species-dependent intestinal transport of selenium and the impact of this process on selenium bioavailability.

Bibliographic reference Thiry, Celine ; Ruttens, Ann ; Pussemier, Luc ; Schneider, Yves-Jacques. An in vitro investigation of species-dependent intestinal transport of selenium and the impact of this process on selenium bioavailability.. In: The British journal of nutrition, Vol. 109, no. 12, p. 2126-2134 (2013)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078/124852
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