The carbon isotope ratio of alanine in red blood cells is a new candidate biomarker of sugar-sweetened beverage intake

Kyungcheol Choy, Sarah H. Nash, Alan R. Kristal, Scarlett Hopkins, Bert B. Boyer, Diane M. O'Brien

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