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Dietary Phytate as a Possible Cause of Magnesium Deficiency

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ROBERTS, A., YUDKIN, J. Dietary Phytate as a Possible Cause of Magnesium Deficiency. Nature 185, 823–825 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1038/185823a0

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