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Loss of retinol stability in patient samples

  • Ruth Cano-Corres EMAIL logo and Eugenio Berlanga-Escalera

Corresponding author: Ruth Cano-Corres, UDIAT CD, Corporació Sanitaria Parc Tauli, Parc Tauli s/n CP: 08208 Sabadell, Barcelona, Spain, Phone: +93 7458439 (26118), E-mail: ; and Laboratory, Biochemistry, UDIAT CD, Corporació Sanitaria Parc Tauli, Sabadell, Barcelona, Spain


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Received: 2014-5-12
Accepted: 2014-7-21
Published Online: 2014-8-7
Published in Print: 2015-2-1

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