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Influence of di sodium ethane 1 hydroxy 1 1 di phosphonate and 1 25 di hydroxy vitamin d 3 treatment in vivo on sodium dependent uptake of inorganic phosphate by rabbit duodenal brush border membrane vesicles


, : Influence of di sodium ethane 1 hydroxy 1 1 di phosphonate and 1 25 di hydroxy vitamin d 3 treatment in vivo on sodium dependent uptake of inorganic phosphate by rabbit duodenal brush border membrane vesicles. Experientia (Basel) 36(6): 723


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