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Biomonitoring the intake of garlic via urinary excretion of allyl mercapturic acid

  • H. Verhagen (a1), G. J. Hageman (a2), A-L. Rauma (a3), G. Versluis-de Haan (a1), M. H. M. van Herwijnen (a2), J. de Groot (a2), R. Törrönen (a4) and H. Mykkänen (a4)...
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*Corresponding author: Dr H. Verhagen: Unilever Research Vlaardingen, Unilever Health Institute, P.O. Box 114, 3130 AC, Vlaardingen, The Netherlands, fax +31 10 460 5993, email hans.verhagen@unilever.com
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