Jones, Kenneth; Hughes, Kerry; Mischley, Laurie; McKenna, Dennis J.
May 2002
Alternative Therapies in Health & Medicine;May/Jun2002, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p42
Academic Journal
Examines the functions of coenzyme (Co) Q-10 in mammalian metabolism. Therapeutic applications of the Co; Effects of CoQ-10 on cardiovascular and circulatory disorders; Contraindications of Co.


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