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Effects of non-sugar fraction in black sugar on lipid and carbohydrate metabolism; Part II. New compounds inhibiting elevation of plasma insulin


, : Effects of non-sugar fraction in black sugar on lipid and carbohydrate metabolism; Part II. New compounds inhibiting elevation of plasma insulin. Planta Medica 50(6): 469-473


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PMID: 6397759

DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-969775


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