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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.

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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.”
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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.
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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.
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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.
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  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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