Relative Abundance of Selenoprotein P Isoforms in Human Plasma Depends on Genotype, Se Intake, and Cancer Status

Catherine Meplan, Fergus Nicol, Brian T. Burtle, Lynne Kathryn Crosley, John Arthur, John C. Mathers, John E. Hesketh

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