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  • Netherlands Society for Microbiology, Medical Section, and Netherlands Association of Laboratory Physicians Joint Meeting at Maastricht on 6 May 1982
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Biotransformation of C-18 fatty acids and bile acids by Eubacterium lentum

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Eyssen, H., Verhulst, A., De Pauw, G. et al. Biotransformation of C-18 fatty acids and bile acids by Eubacterium lentum . Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 48, 499–500 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00448432

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Keywords

  • Bile Acid
  • Eubacterium Lentum