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Extensive incorporation of 2 carbon 14 mevalonic acid into cholesterol precursors by human platelets in vitro


Journal of Biological Chemistry 248(21): 7396-7403
Extensive incorporation of 2 carbon 14 mevalonic acid into cholesterol precursors by human platelets in vitro


Accession: 005432999



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