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J Clin Invest. 1961 February; 40(2): 400–407.
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STUDIES ON PYROGENIC STEROIDS. I. SEPARATION, IDENTIFICATION, AND MEASUREMENT OF UNCONJUGATED DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE, ETIOCHOLANOLONE, AND ANDROSTERONE IN HUMAN PLASMA*

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