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Influence of experimentally increased serum very long chain fatty acids on adrenocortical response in rats

C Van Den Branden, Georges Dacremont, R Collumbien, Hendrik Roels and Frank Roels (1991) EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF BIOLOGY. 102. p.223-223
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EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF BIOLOGY
Eur. Arch. Biol.
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102
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223 - 223
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0777-0553
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English
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224503
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  author       = {Van Den Branden, C and Dacremont, Georges and Collumbien, R and Roels, Hendrik and Roels, Frank},
  booktitle    = {EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF BIOLOGY},
  issn         = {0777-0553},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {223--223},
  title        = {Influence of experimentally increased serum very long chain fatty acids on adrenocortical response in rats},
  volume       = {102},
  year         = {1991},
}

Chicago
Van Den Branden, C, Georges Dacremont, R Collumbien, Hendrik Roels, and Frank Roels. 1991. “Influence of Experimentally Increased Serum Very Long Chain Fatty Acids on Adrenocortical Response in Rats.” In European Archives of Biology, 102:223–223.
APA
Van Den Branden, C, Dacremont, G., Collumbien, R., Roels, H., & Roels, F. (1991). Influence of experimentally increased serum very long chain fatty acids on adrenocortical response in rats. EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF BIOLOGY (Vol. 102, pp. 223–223).
Vancouver
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Van Den Branden C, Dacremont G, Collumbien R, Roels H, Roels F. Influence of experimentally increased serum very long chain fatty acids on adrenocortical response in rats. EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF BIOLOGY. 1991. p. 223–223.
MLA
Van Den Branden, C, Georges Dacremont, R Collumbien, et al. “Influence of Experimentally Increased Serum Very Long Chain Fatty Acids on Adrenocortical Response in Rats.” European Archives of Biology. Vol. 102. 1991. 223–223. Print.