Chromium Picolinate (CrP) a putative anti-obesity nutrient induces changes in body composition as a function of the Taq1 dopamine D2 receptor polymorphisms in a randomized double-blind placebo controlled study

Thomas J.H. Chen, Kenneth Blum, Gilbert Kaats, Eric R. Braverman, Arthur Eisenberg, Mark Sherman, Katharine Davis, David E. Comings, Robert Wood, Dennis Pullin, Vanessa Arcuri, Michael Varshavski, Julie F. Mengucci, Seth H. Blum, Bernard W. Downs, Brian Meshkin, Roger L. Waite, Lonna Williams, John Schoolfield, Thomas J. PrihodaLisa White

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