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Dear Alexandre,
concerning the article in Isotopes Enironm. Health Stud. (Demmelmair &
Schmidt). our managing editor Erika Jäger will send you a copy of this
article.
Best regards
Gerhard Strauch

Alexandre Myre schrieb:

>Hi everyone,
>
>With the help of a few people from the list, I got a hold on the two
>requested articles.
>
>H. Demmelmair and H.-L. Schmidt, Precise 13C-determination in the range
>of natural abundance on amino acids from protein hydrolysates by gas
>chromatography–isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Isot. Environ. Health
>Stud. 29 (1993), pp. 237–250.
>
>K. E. Yarasheski, K. Smith, M. J. Rennie and D. M. Bier, Measurement of
>muscle protein fractional synthetic rate by capillary gas
>chromatography/combustion isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Biol. Mass
>Spectrom. 21 (1992), pp. 486–490
>
>I`ll be happy to share of hard copy of Demmelmair/Schmidt and a PDF copy
>of Yarasheski et al. to anyone interested.
>
>Thanks again
>
>Alexandre Myre
>Research officer, Animal Science Department, Univeristy Laval
>
>


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