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Peroxisomal Oxidation of L-2-hydroxyphytanic Acid in Rat-kidney Cortex

Bibliographic reference Draye, JP. ; Vanhoof, F. ; de Hoffmann, Edmond. Peroxisomal Oxidation of L-2-hydroxyphytanic Acid in Rat-kidney Cortex. In: European Journal of Biochemistry, Vol. 167, no. 3, p. 573-578 (1987)
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