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Proc R Soc Med. 1964 September; 57(9): 865–866.
PMCID: PMC1898719

Calcium Metabolism [Abridged]

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  • COPP DH, CAMERON EC, CHENEY BA, DAVIDSON AG, HENZE KG. Evidence for calcitonin--a new hormone from the parathyroid that lowers blood calcium. Endocrinology. 1962 May;70:638–649. [PubMed]
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