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Comparison of the metabolism of dodecanedioic acid in vivo in control, riboflavin-deficient and clofibrate-treated rats.

Bibliographic reference Draye, J P ; Veitch, K. ; Vamecq, J. ; Van Hoof, Frédéric. Comparison of the metabolism of dodecanedioic acid in vivo in control, riboflavin-deficient and clofibrate-treated rats.. In: European journal of biochemistry / FEBS, Vol. 178, no. 1, p. 183-9 (1988)
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