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Lipid peroxidation is not a prerequisite for the development of obesity and diabetes in high-fat-fed mice.

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Bibliographic reference Sohet, Florence ; Neyrinck, Audrey M. ; Dewulf, Evelyne ; Bindels, Laure B. ; Portois, Laurence ; et. al. Lipid peroxidation is not a prerequisite for the development of obesity and diabetes in high-fat-fed mice.. In: The British Journal of Nutrition : an international journal of nutritional science, Vol. 102, no. 3, p. 462-469 (2009)
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