PMID: 4385541Jun 1, 1968Paper

On the properties of the 12 alpha-hydroxylase in cholic acid biosynthesis. Bile acids and steroids. 198

European Journal of Biochemistry
K Einarsson

Abstract

No abstract listed.

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Oct 1, 1974·The American Journal of Digestive Diseases·E H Mosbach, G Salen
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