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Adewale S.B., A.M. Muinat, F.T. Abigail, O.O. Emmanuel, S.T. Bamidele, A.P. Olufunke, O.C. Anariochi and O.O. David, 2019. Chronic sucrose consumption adversely altered antioxidant status, lipid profile and peroxidation of rats testes. Journal of Biological Sciences 19: 354-362.
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Chronic Sucrose Consumption Adversely Altered Antioxidant Status, Lipid Profile and Peroxidation of Rats Testes
Journal of Biological Sciences Vol. 19, Issue 5, 354, 2019

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