Vitamin D and Human Health
by Simon Spedding (ed.)
Publisher: MDPI AG 2015
Number of pages: 474
'Nutrients Open Book: Vitamin D and Human Health' celebrates diversity in vitamin D with articles from bench-to-bedside, examining the mechanisms, epidemiology, and clinical issues in the management of non-skeletal disease ...
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