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Intake of alpha-linolenic, but not of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) correlates positively with DHA content and with parameters for fertilisation potential of human spermatozoa. Inform, 10, 1999, 8.

Armand Christophe, A ZALATA, M MAHMOUD and Frank Comhaire
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  author       = {Christophe, Armand and ZALATA, A and MAHMOUD, M and Comhaire, Frank},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Intake of alpha-linolenic, but not of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) correlates positively with DHA content and with parameters for fertilisation potential of human spermatozoa. Inform, 10, 1999, 8.},
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Chicago
Christophe, Armand, A ZALATA, M MAHMOUD, and Frank Comhaire. “Intake of Alpha-linolenic, but Not of Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) Correlates Positively with DHA Content and with Parameters for Fertilisation Potential of Human Spermatozoa. Inform, 10, 1999, 8.”
APA
Christophe, Armand, ZALATA, A., MAHMOUD, M., & Comhaire, F. (n.d.). Intake of alpha-linolenic, but not of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) correlates positively with DHA content and with parameters for fertilisation potential of human spermatozoa. Inform, 10, 1999, 8.
Vancouver
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Christophe A, ZALATA A, MAHMOUD M, Comhaire F. Intake of alpha-linolenic, but not of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) correlates positively with DHA content and with parameters for fertilisation potential of human spermatozoa. Inform, 10, 1999, 8.
MLA
Christophe, Armand, A ZALATA, M MAHMOUD, et al. “Intake of Alpha-linolenic, but Not of Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) Correlates Positively with DHA Content and with Parameters for Fertilisation Potential of Human Spermatozoa. Inform, 10, 1999, 8.” n. pag. Print.