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A vitamin survey of normal industrial workmen

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Correspondence to J. G Schnedorf or C. J Weber or Logan Clendening.

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Schnedorf, J.G., Weber, C.J. & Clendening, L. A vitamin survey of normal industrial workmen. Jour. D. D. 9, 188–191 (1942). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02997313

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