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"Cyclic hyperalimentation" - an optimal technique for preservation of visceral protein mass.

"Cyclic hyperalimentation" - an optimal technique for preservation of visceral protein mass. Research Abstract Details 

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  • "Cyclic hyperalimentation" - an optimal technique for preservation of visceral protein mass. Abstract Text:

    g l blackburnG L Blackburn,b mainiB Maini,b r bistrianB R Bistrian,j p flattJ P Flatt,g pageG Page,g gibbonsG Gibbons,d sigmanD Sigman,d cochranD Cochran,

    "Cyclic hyperalimentation" - an optimal technique for preservation of visceral protein mass. Publishing Authors By Initials

    gl blackburnGL Blackburn,b mainiB Maini,br bistrianBR Bistrian,jp flattJP Flatt,g pageG Page,g gibbonsG Gibbons,d sigmanD Sigman,d cochranD Cochran,

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    "Cyclic hyperalimentation" - an optimal technique for preservation of visceral protein mass. Journal Published:

    PUBLICATION TYPE: Journal Article

    Journal: Acta chirurgica Scandinavica. Supplementum

    VOLUME: 466

    Page Numbers: 50-1

    Journal Abbreviation:

    ISSN: 0301-1860

    DAY: 6

    MONTH: 12

    YEAR: 1976

    "Cyclic hyperalimentation" - an optimal technique for preservation of visceral protein mass. Information

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    LANGUAGE: eng

    NlmUniqueID: 370305

    "Cyclic hyperalimentation" - an optimal technique for preservation of visceral protein mass. Keywords Mesh Terms:

    KEYWORDS: Proteins

    MESH TERMS: metabolism

    Chemical & Substance for Abstract: "Cyclic hyperalimentation" - an optimal technique for preservation of visceral protein mass. Information

    Substance Name: Glucose

    Registry Number: 50-99-7

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    Country: SWEDEN

    SWEDEN Research PublicationSWEDEN Research Publication

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    MEDLINETA: Acta Chir Scand Suppl

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