Børns behov for kalcium i kosten.

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Børns behov for kalcium i kosten. / Michaelsen, K. F.; Mølgaard, C.

I: Ugeskrift for Laeger, Bind 156, Nr. 7, 14.02.1994, s. 965-969.

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Michaelsen, KF & Mølgaard, C 1994, 'Børns behov for kalcium i kosten.', Ugeskrift for Laeger, bind 156, nr. 7, s. 965-969.

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Michaelsen, K. F., & Mølgaard, C. (1994). Børns behov for kalcium i kosten. Ugeskrift for Laeger, 156(7), 965-969.

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Michaelsen KF, Mølgaard C. Børns behov for kalcium i kosten. Ugeskrift for Laeger. 1994 feb 14;156(7):965-969.

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Michaelsen, K. F. ; Mølgaard, C. / Børns behov for kalcium i kosten. I: Ugeskrift for Laeger. 1994 ; Bind 156, Nr. 7. s. 965-969.

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