The Relationship of the Adenosine Polyphosphates to Fatty Acid Oxidation in Homogenized Liver Preparations

  • Published 2003


Perhaps the greatest single difficulty encountered in the study of the intimate mechanisms involved in the oxidation of fatty acids to smaller fragments has been the fact, noted by Quastel and Wheatley (l), that when liver cells are ruptured or disorganized in vitro they lose the power to oxidize fatty acids. This observation has been repeated often and it… (More)

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