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Plasma biotin levels in children with burns and scalds.
  1. G B Barlow,
  2. J A Dickerson,
  3. A W Wilkinson

    Abstract

    The plasma concentrations of biotin were measured for up to 49 days after injury in nine children with burns and scalds which involved from 12% to 50% of the surface area of the body. Biotin levels below the minimum of the control range were observed in eight of the nine injured children at some stage during the episode.

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