Asymmetric incorporation of dietary n-3 fatty acids into membrane aminophospholipids of human erythrocytes.

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Dietary supplementation with different classes of polyunsaturate fatty acids is known to result in their incorporation into cell membranes, but the effects of this on eicosanoid formation and other cell functions frequently does not correspond to the degree of alteration in total membrane fatty acids. This phenomenon may be related to the… (More)

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@article{Knapp1994AsymmetricIO, title={Asymmetric incorporation of dietary n-3 fatty acids into membrane aminophospholipids of human erythrocytes.}, author={Holger Knapp and Franpoise Hullin and Nancy M. Salem}, journal={Journal of lipid research}, year={1994}, volume={35 7}, pages={1283-91} }