Inhibition of nuclear T3 binding by fatty acids: dependence on chain length, unsaturated bonds, cis-trans configuration and esterification.

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1. Fatty acids have the capacity for inhibition of nuclear T3 binding (INB). The present studies were undertaken to describe the INB-activity of fatty acids as a function of chain length, unsaturated bonds, cis-trans configuration, and esterification. 2. Isolated rat liver nuclei were incubated with [125I]T3 in the absence or presence of fatty acids in… (More)

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@article{Wiersinga1990InhibitionON, title={Inhibition of nuclear T3 binding by fatty acids: dependence on chain length, unsaturated bonds, cis-trans configuration and esterification.}, author={Wilmar Maarten Wiersinga and Marianne Platvoet-ter Schiphorst}, journal={The International journal of biochemistry}, year={1990}, volume={22 3}, pages={269-73} }