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Effects of so-called iron absorption-promoting additives in humans as measured with the 59 Fe-absorption whole-body retention test. Intraindividual comparison of succinate, dioctylsulfosuccinate-, fumarate-, aspartate-, ascorbate- and folate-effects on 59 Fe-absorption from therapeutic 59 Fe 2+ -doses in persons with normal and depleted iron stores.
Arzneimittelforschung. 1972 Jul; 22(7):1091-103.A

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4628442

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Heinrich, H C., et al. "Effects of So-called Iron Absorption-promoting Additives in Humans as Measured With the 59 Fe-absorption Whole-body Retention Test. Intraindividual Comparison of Succinate, Dioctylsulfosuccinate-, Fumarate-, Aspartate-, Ascorbate- and Folate-effects On 59 Fe-absorption From Therapeutic 59 Fe 2+ -doses in Persons With Normal and Depleted Iron Stores." Arzneimittel-Forschung, vol. 22, no. 7, 1972, pp. 1091-103.
Heinrich HC, Bartels H, Gabbe EE, et al. Effects of so-called iron absorption-promoting additives in humans as measured with the 59 Fe-absorption whole-body retention test. Intraindividual comparison of succinate, dioctylsulfosuccinate-, fumarate-, aspartate-, ascorbate- and folate-effects on 59 Fe-absorption from therapeutic 59 Fe 2+ -doses in persons with normal and depleted iron stores. Arzneimittelforschung. 1972;22(7):1091-103.
Heinrich, H. C., Bartels, H., Gabbe, E. E., Kugler, G., & Oppitz, K. H. (1972). Effects of so-called iron absorption-promoting additives in humans as measured with the 59 Fe-absorption whole-body retention test. Intraindividual comparison of succinate, dioctylsulfosuccinate-, fumarate-, aspartate-, ascorbate- and folate-effects on 59 Fe-absorption from therapeutic 59 Fe 2+ -doses in persons with normal and depleted iron stores. Arzneimittel-Forschung, 22(7), 1091-103.
Heinrich HC, et al. Effects of So-called Iron Absorption-promoting Additives in Humans as Measured With the 59 Fe-absorption Whole-body Retention Test. Intraindividual Comparison of Succinate, Dioctylsulfosuccinate-, Fumarate-, Aspartate-, Ascorbate- and Folate-effects On 59 Fe-absorption From Therapeutic 59 Fe 2+ -doses in Persons With Normal and Depleted Iron Stores. Arzneimittelforschung. 1972;22(7):1091-103. PubMed PMID: 4628442.
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