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Microsomal Oxidation of Ethanol and the Drug Metabolizing System. Studies in Animals and Man

  • N. Carulli
  • F. Manenti

Abstract

The existence of a hepatic microsomal system capable of ethanol oxidation has been recently proven, although its biochemical characterization is still under discussion (1), (2), (3).

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Chronic Alcoholic Microsomal Protein Ethanol Oxidation Ethanol Metabolism Microsomal Oxidation 
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  • F. Manenti

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