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Regulation of intestinal apolipoprotein b synthesis and secretion by caco 2 cells lack of fatty acid effects and control by intracellular calcium ion

, : Regulation of intestinal apolipoprotein b synthesis and secretion by caco 2 cells lack of fatty acid effects and control by intracellular calcium ion. Journal of Biological Chemistry 263(7): 3425-3431

To investigate the mechanism of control of intestinal apolipoprotein B (apoB) secretion, we studied the effects of fatty acids and calcium ionophores on the human intestinal model cell line Caco-2.

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