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Referenser till artikeln Eliminationskost och IgG-tester

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Referenser till artikeln Broccoli förebygger cancer

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4. Azarenko, O. et al. ”Suppression of microtubule dynamic instability and turnover in MCF7 breast cancer cells by sulforaphane.” Carcinogenesis, Volume29, Issue12 Pp. 2360-2368.

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6. Clark, I. ”Can bioactive compounds from the diet prevent the onset or slow the progression of osteoarthritis?” Applications funded through DRINC 3rd call September 2010.

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