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Medication Intake Is Associated with Lower Plasma Carotenoids and Higher Fat-Soluble Vitamins in the Cross-Sectional MARK-AGE Study in Older Individuals

Medication Intake Is Associated with Lower Plasma Carotenoids and Higher Fat-Soluble Vitamins in the Cross-Sectional MARK-AGE Study in Older Individuals

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WEBER, Daniela, Bastian KOCHLIK, Wolfgang STUETZ, Martijn E. T. DOLLÉ, Eugène H. J. M. JANSEN, Beatrix GRUBECK-LOEBENSTEIN, Florence DEBACQ-CHAINIAUX, Jürgen BERNHARDT, Maria MORENO-VILLANUEVA, Alexander BÜRKLE, 2020. Medication Intake Is Associated with Lower Plasma Carotenoids and Higher Fat-Soluble Vitamins in the Cross-Sectional MARK-AGE Study in Older Individuals. In: Journal of Clinical Medicine. MDPI. 9(7), 2072. eISSN 2077-0383. Available under: doi: 10.3390/jcm9072072

@article{Weber2020-07-01Medic-50597, title={Medication Intake Is Associated with Lower Plasma Carotenoids and Higher Fat-Soluble Vitamins in the Cross-Sectional MARK-AGE Study in Older Individuals}, year={2020}, doi={10.3390/jcm9072072}, number={7}, volume={9}, journal={Journal of Clinical Medicine}, author={Weber, Daniela and Kochlik, Bastian and Stuetz, Wolfgang and Dollé, Martijn E. T. and Jansen, Eugène H. J. M. and Grubeck-Loebenstein, Beatrix and Debacq-Chainiaux, Florence and Bernhardt, Jürgen and Moreno-Villanueva, Maria and Bürkle, Alexander}, note={Article Number: 2072} }

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