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Fatty acid ethyl esters synthesized from ethanol and fatty acids are much weaker mitochondrial uncouplers than free fatty acids



Fatty acid ethyl esters synthesized from ethanol and fatty acids are much weaker mitochondrial uncouplers than free fatty acids



Gastroenterology 106(4 Suppl. ): A976




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