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Effects of controlled doses of Oxyelite Pro on physical performance in rats (2016)

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  • Título: Nutrition and Metabolism

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      ZOVICO, Paulo Vinicios Camuzi; CURTY, Victor Magalhães; LEAL, Marcos André Soares; et al. Effects of controlled doses of Oxyelite Pro on physical performance in rats. Nutrition & metabolism, London, v. 13, p. 10 , 2016. Disponível em: < > DOI: 10.1186/s12986-016-0152-4.
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      Zovico, P. V. C., Curty, V. M., Leal, M. A. S., Meira, E. F., Dias, D. V., Rodrigues, L. C. de M., et al. (2016). Effects of controlled doses of Oxyelite Pro on physical performance in rats. Nutrition & metabolism, 13, 10 . doi:10.1186/s12986-016-0152-4
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      Zovico PVC, Curty VM, Leal MAS, Meira EF, Dias DV, Rodrigues LC de M, Meyrelles S dos S, Oliveira EM, Vassallo PF, Barauna VG. Effects of controlled doses of Oxyelite Pro on physical performance in rats [Internet]. Nutrition & metabolism. 2016 ; 13 10 .Available from:
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      Zovico PVC, Curty VM, Leal MAS, Meira EF, Dias DV, Rodrigues LC de M, Meyrelles S dos S, Oliveira EM, Vassallo PF, Barauna VG. Effects of controlled doses of Oxyelite Pro on physical performance in rats [Internet]. Nutrition & metabolism. 2016 ; 13 10 .Available from:

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