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Journal Article

Journal Article

Role of carnitine in human nutrition  [1988]

Feller, A.G.; Rudman, D.;

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A critical literature review summarizes and discusses information concerning the role of carnitine in the oxidation of long-chain fatty acids and other areas of in vivo metabolism. Dietary and endogenous sources of carnitine are described, as well as its transport and homeostasis. Attention also is given to: potential causes of cellular carnitine deficiency and the consequences of impaired carnitine function; primary congenital carnitine metabolic disorders; the potential carnitine insufficiency of vegetarians; and human studies of the characteristics of a variety of non-congenital carnitine-deficient clinical states.(wz)
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The Journal of nutrition (USA)
ISSN : 0022-3166

Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
1989
Volume:
118
Issue:
5
Start Page:
541
End Page:
547
All titles:
"Role of carnitine in human nutrition"@eng
Other:
"59 ref. Literature review"
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Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
1989
Volume:
118
Issue:
5
Start Page:
541
End Page:
547
All titles:
"Role of carnitine in human nutrition"@eng
Other:
"59 ref. Literature review"