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Oxidative catabolism of alpha-tocopherol in rat liver microsomes

Bibliographic reference Van Houte, H ; de Hoffmann, Edmond ; Van Veldhoven, PP ; Mannaerts, GP. ; Carchon, H. ; et. al. Oxidative catabolism of alpha-tocopherol in rat liver microsomes. In: Lipids, Vol. 36, no. 4, p. 367-372 (2001)
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