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New Method Could Provide Better Food and Faster Analysis of Blood Tests

News   Aug 16, 2019 | Original story from the University of Copenhagen

 
New Method Could Provide Better Food and Faster Analysis of Blood Tests

Anne Bech Risum and Rasmus Bro next to the gas chromatograph at the Department of Food Science, at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH FOOD) in Denmark. Credit: Morten Vormsborg Christiansen

 
 
 

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