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From soil to brain: zinc deficiency increases the neurotoxicity of Lathyrus sativus and may affect the susceptibility for the motorneurone disease neurolathyrism.

Fernand Lambein UGent, R HAQUE, JK KHAN, N KEBEDE and Yu-Haey Kuo UGent (1994) TOXICON. 32(4). p.461-466
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TOXICON
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32
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461-466 pages
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Article
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0041-0101
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English
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197783
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  author       = {Lambein, Fernand and HAQUE, R and KHAN, JK and KEBEDE, N and Kuo, Yu-Haey},
  issn         = {0041-0101},
  journal      = {TOXICON},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {461--466},
  title        = {From soil to brain: zinc deficiency increases the neurotoxicity of Lathyrus sativus and may affect the susceptibility for the motorneurone disease neurolathyrism.},
  volume       = {32},
  year         = {1994},
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Chicago
Lambein, Fernand, R HAQUE, JK KHAN, N KEBEDE, and Yu-Haey Kuo. 1994. “From Soil to Brain: Zinc Deficiency Increases the Neurotoxicity of Lathyrus Sativus and May Affect the Susceptibility for the Motorneurone Disease Neurolathyrism.” Toxicon 32 (4): 461–466.
APA
Lambein, F., HAQUE, R., KHAN, J., KEBEDE, N., & Kuo, Y.-H. (1994). From soil to brain: zinc deficiency increases the neurotoxicity of Lathyrus sativus and may affect the susceptibility for the motorneurone disease neurolathyrism. TOXICON, 32(4), 461–466.
Vancouver
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Lambein F, HAQUE R, KHAN J, KEBEDE N, Kuo Y-H. From soil to brain: zinc deficiency increases the neurotoxicity of Lathyrus sativus and may affect the susceptibility for the motorneurone disease neurolathyrism. TOXICON. 1994;32(4):461–6.
MLA
Lambein, Fernand, R HAQUE, JK KHAN, et al. “From Soil to Brain: Zinc Deficiency Increases the Neurotoxicity of Lathyrus Sativus and May Affect the Susceptibility for the Motorneurone Disease Neurolathyrism.” TOXICON 32.4 (1994): 461–466. Print.