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Serum pyridoxal concentrations in children with diabetes mellitus

, : Serum pyridoxal concentrations in children with diabetes mellitus. Pathology 9(2): 95-98

In 63 diabetic children 4.5 to 17.5 years old and in 48 healthy children mean serum pyridoxal was 44 and 65 nmol/litre, a highly significant difference. Among diabetics there was no difference between boys and girls.


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