Effect of sucrose on lipid metabolism in experimental animals and its relation to the fat content of their diet

  • V. F. Markelova
  • Yu. M. Zalesskaya
Biochemistry and Biophysics


Public Health Lipid Sucrose Experimental Animal Lipid Metabolism 
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  • V. F. Markelova
  • Yu. M. Zalesskaya

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