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Effect of ALA-Enriched Food Supply on Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Males

Bibliographic reference Sioen, Isabelle ; Hacquebard, Mirjam ; Hick, Gaelle ; Maindiaux, Veronique ; Larondelle, Yvan ; et. al. Effect of ALA-Enriched Food Supply on Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Males. In: Lipids, Vol. 44, no. 7, p. 603-611 (2009)
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