Probing the Synergistic Effect of Pre-Biotics & Iron Fortificants in Anemic Subjects

Condition:   Iron-deficiency Intervention:   Combination Product: Prebiotic + Iron Forificant Sponsor:   University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore - Pakistan Enrolling by invitation
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