Er worden heel veel wetenschappelijke artikelen geschreven. Onderstaand een lijst met relevante artikelen op het gebied van cobalamine, achtergronden, studies, behandelaspecten, etc. De meeste van deze artikelen zijn in het public domain en te achterhalen / downloaden via de betreffende uitgever. Een goede bron om verder te zoeken naar andere referenties vormt PubMed:

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