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IV Congress of the Spanish National Society for Basic and Applied Nutrition, Seville, 12-14 March 2003


, : IV Congress of the Spanish National Society for Basic and Applied Nutrition, Seville, 12-14 March 2003. Nutricion Clinica y Dietetica Hospitalaria 23(1): 9-95

This issue contains the symposia, oral presentations and abstracts from the IV Congress of the Spanish National Society for Basic and Applied Nutrition, held in Seville, Spain, 12-14 March 2003.

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