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Table of Contents
Vol. 56, No. 3, 2010
Issue release date: April 2010
Section title: Clinical Section
Editor's Choice -- Free Access
Gerontology 2010;56:259–265
(DOI:10.1159/000251722)

Reference Values for 27 Clinical Chemistry Tests in 70-Year-Old Males and Females

Carlsson L.a · Lind L.b · Larsson A.a
Department of Medical Sciences,aClinical Chemistry and bInternal Medicine, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
email Corresponding Author

Anders Larsson

Department of Medical Sciences

University Hospital

SE–751 85 Uppsala (Sweden)

Tel. +46 18 611 4271, Fax +46 18 552 562, E-Mail anders.larsson@akademiska.se


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