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Associations between serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D and lipids, lipoprotein cholesterols, and homocysteine

Glueck Charles J, Jetty Vybhav, Rothschild Matan, Duhon Gregory, Shah Parth, Prince Marloe, Lee Kevin, Goldenberg Michael, Kumar Ashwin, Goldenberg Naila, Wang Ping

Year : 2016| Volume: 8| Issue : 7 | Page no: 284-290

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