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Monitoring hormonal induced changes in cholesterol synthesis in cell culture

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Goldstein, N.I., Fisher, P.B. Monitoring hormonal induced changes in cholesterol synthesis in cell culture. Tca Manual 2, 359–361 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00921620

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  • Cholesterol
  • Cell Culture
  • Cholesterol Synthesis
  • Induce Change