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The Metabolic Formation of Gamma-(3-Pyridyl)-Gamma-Hydroxybutyric Acid and its Possible Intermediary Role in the Mammalian Metabolism of Nicotine

The Metabolic Formation of Gamma-(3-Pyridyl)-Gamma-Hydroxybutyric Acid and its Possible Intermediary Role in the Mammalian Metabolism of Nicotine

Journal of Biological Chemistry 239: 3981-3989

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