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Academic Article 3-Hydroxypropionic acid and methylcitric acid are not reliable indicators of marginal biotin deficiency in humans.
Academic Article Regulation of intestinal biotin transport in the rat: effect of biotin deficiency and supplementation.
Academic Article Measurement of circulating red cell volume using biotin-labeled red cells: validation against 51Cr-labeled red cells.
Academic Article Biotin uptake into human peripheral blood mononuclear cells increases early in the cell cycle, increasing carboxylase activities.
Academic Article Increased urinary excretion of 3-hydroxyisovaleric acid and decreased urinary excretion of biotin are sensitive early indicators of decreased biotin status in experimental biotin deficiency.
Academic Article Measurement of red cell survival using biotin-labeled red cells: validation against 51Cr-labeled red cells.
Academic Article Conflicting indicators of biotin status from a cross-sectional study of normal pregnancy.
Academic Article Effects of biotin deficiency on plasma and tissue fatty acid composition: evidence for abnormalities in rats.
Academic Article Antibodies provoked by the transfusion of biotin-labeled red cells.
Academic Article Urinary excretion of 3-hydroxyisovaleryl carnitine is an early and sensitive indicator of marginal biotin deficiency in humans.
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Academic Article Measurement of posttransfusion red cell survival with the biotin label.

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