Oxalyl thiolester concentrations decreased in lectin and phorbol ester-stimulated lymphocytes.

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Oxalyl thiolesters (OTEs) are a newly discovered class of mammalian metabolites that are believed to function in controlling animal metabolism and possibly serve as intracellular mediators for some hormones. Previous correlations had suggested that the concentrations of OTEs might be decreased when cells are stimulated to proliferate, and in our research… (More)

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