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The role of AKR1A1 in GHB biosynthesis and breakdown in HEPG2 cells

Alzeer, S. and Ellis, E. M. (2011) The role of AKR1A1 in GHB biosynthesis and breakdown in HEPG2 cells. Toxicology, 290 (2-3). pp. 120-121. ISSN 0300-483X

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Abstract

This paper looks at the role of AKR1A1 in GHB biosynthesis and breakdown in HEPG2 cells