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Effect of simethicone on lactulose-induced H2 production and gastrointestinal symptoms

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Friis, H, Bodé, S, Rumessen, JJ & Gudmand-Høyer, E 1991, 'Effect of simethicone on lactulose-induced H2 production and gastrointestinal symptoms' Digestion, bind 49, nr. 4, s. 227-30.

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Friis, H ; Bodé, S ; Rumessen, J J ; Gudmand-Høyer, E. / Effect of simethicone on lactulose-induced H2 production and gastrointestinal symptoms. I: Digestion. 1991 ; Bind 49, Nr. 4. s. 227-30.

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