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Xanthophylls are preferentially taken up compared with beta-carotene by retinal cells via a SRBI-dependent mechanism

Bibliographic reference During, Alexandrine ; Doraiswamy, Sundari ; Harrison, Earl H.. Xanthophylls are preferentially taken up compared with beta-carotene by retinal cells via a SRBI-dependent mechanism. In: Journal of Lipid Research, Vol. 49, no. 8, p. 1715-1724 (2008)
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