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dear all,

I would like to know with which levels of D and d18O I would have to count
in urine after administrating up to to 0.28g/kg 18O and 0.15g/kg 2H.

Or less specifically, those found in experiments to determine Total Body
Water and Total Energy Expenditure.

It's for achieving IAEA standards covering the range I may have to expect.

thx, as always
Chris
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