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  1. D. Fowler,
  2. E. V. Cox,
  3. W. T. Cooke,
  4. M. J. Meynell
  1. General Hospital, Birmingham


    Urinary amino-acid chromatograms from 23 patients with megaloblastic anaemia have been studied before and after therapy. The most consistent abnormality was an increased taurine or increased taurine/glycine ratio. This was not related directly to deficiency of vitamin B12 or folic acid or to the degree of anaemia.

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