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Sterol regulatory element-binding proteins as regulators of lipid metabolism Polyunsaturated fatty acids oppose cholesterol-mediated induction of SREBP-1 maturation


Sterol regulatory element-binding proteins as regulators of lipid metabolism Polyunsaturated fatty acids oppose cholesterol-mediated induction of SREBP-1 maturation



Klimes, Iwar , Reprint Author, Sebokova, Elena, Howard, Barbara V, Ravussin, Eric Lipids and insulin resistance: The role of fatty acid metabolism and fuel partitioning: 34-42




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