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Can routinely combined analysis of glucose and lactate in vitreous humour be useful in current forensic practice?

EA DE LETTER and Michel Piette (1998) AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AND PATHOLOGY. 19(4). p.335-342
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AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AND PATHOLOGY
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19
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4
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335-342 pages
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Article
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000077902000008
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0195-7910
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English
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yes
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173275
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-173275
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Chicago
DE LETTER, EA, and Michel Piette. 1998. “Can Routinely Combined Analysis of Glucose and Lactate in Vitreous Humour Be Useful in Current Forensic Practice?” American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology 19 (4): 335–342.
APA
DE LETTER, E., & Piette, M. (1998). Can routinely combined analysis of glucose and lactate in vitreous humour be useful in current forensic practice? AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AND PATHOLOGY, 19(4), 335–342.
Vancouver
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DE LETTER E, Piette M. Can routinely combined analysis of glucose and lactate in vitreous humour be useful in current forensic practice? AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AND PATHOLOGY. 1998;19(4):335–42.
MLA
DE LETTER, EA, and Michel Piette. “Can Routinely Combined Analysis of Glucose and Lactate in Vitreous Humour Be Useful in Current Forensic Practice?” AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AND PATHOLOGY 19.4 (1998): 335–342. Print.