On behalf of principal investigators and collaborators of the International Collaborative Study on the Fatty Acid-Antioxidant Hypothesis of Arteriosclerosis and of the Optional Study on Antioxidant Vitamins and PUFAs, WHO/MONICA Project: Georg Alfthan, Helsinki, Finland; Florence Bernasconi, Basel, Switzerland; Daniel Brunner, Tel Aviv, Israel; Ernst Bühler, Basel, Switzerland; I. M. Eckstein, Schleiz, GDR; Alun Evans, Belfast, Northern Ireland; Flaminio Fidanza, Perugia, Italy; Horst Georgi, Basel, Switzerland; Horst Heine, Berlin, GDR; Lothar Heinemann, Berlin, GDR; Paul Jordan, Basel, Switzerland; Kim Klarlund, Copenhagen, Denmark; Mario Mancini, Naples, Italy; Ulrich K. Moser, Basel, Switzerland; Reto Muggli, Basel, Switzerland; J. Müller, Schwedt, GDR; Tapio Nikkari, Tampere, Finland; Michael F. Oliver, Edinburgh, Scotland; Pekka Puska, Helsinki, Finland; Rudolph A. Riemersma, Edinburgh, Scotland; Günther Ritzel, Basel, Switzerland; Paolo Rubba, Naples, Italy; Matti Salo, Tampere, Finland; Marianne Schroll, Roskilde, Denmark; Willy Schüep, Basel, Switzerland; H. Schüler, Cottbus, GDR; Erkki Vartiainen, Helsinki, Finland; Jean-Pual Vuilleumier, Basel, Switzerland; Claus Wagenknecht, Berlin, GDR; and David A. Wood, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Plasma Vitamins E and A Inversely Correlated to Mortality from Ischemic Heart Disease in Cross-Cultural Epidemiology
Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Volume 570, Vitamin E: Biochemistry and Health Implications pages 268–282, December 1989
How to Cite
GEY, K. F. and PUSKA, P. (1989), Plasma Vitamins E and A Inversely Correlated to Mortality from Ischemic Heart Disease in Cross-Cultural Epidemiology. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 570: 268–282. doi: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1989.tb14926.x
- Issue published online: 17 DEC 2006
- Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006
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