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Inhibitors of fatty acid oxidation






Life Sciences 40(15): 1443-1449

Inhibitors of fatty acid oxidation

This review considers inhibitors of fatty acid oxidation for which sites and mechanisms of inhibition are reasonably well understood.

Accession: 001619772

PMID: 3550347

DOI: 10.1016/0024-3205(87)90375-4

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