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Critical Appraisal of Data Acquisition in Body Composition: Evaluation of Methods, Techniques and Technologies on the Anatomical Tissue-System Level

By Aldo Scafoglieri, Steven Provyn, Ivan Bautmans, Joanne Wallace, Laura Sutton, Jonathan Tresignie, Olivia Louis, Johan De Mey and Jan Pieter Clarys

Published: November 28th 2010

DOI: 10.5772/10446

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Aldo Scafoglieri, Steven Provyn, Ivan Bautmans, Joanne Wallace, Laura Sutton, Jonathan Tresignie, Olivia Louis, Johan De Mey and Jan Pieter Clarys (November 28th 2010). Critical Appraisal of Data Acquisition in Body Composition: Evaluation of Methods, Techniques and Technologies on the Anatomical Tissue-System Level, Data Acquisition, Michele Vadursi, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/10446. Available from:

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