Dietary free fatty acids form alkaline phosphatase-enriched microdomains in the intestinal brush border membrane

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Dietary free fatty acids form alkaline phosphatase-enriched microdomains in the intestinal brush border membrane. / Hansen, Gert H; Rasmussen, Karina; Niels-Christiansen, Lise-Lotte; Danielsen, E Michael.

I: Molecular Membrane Biology, Bind 28, Nr. 2, 01.02.2011, s. 136-44.

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Hansen, GH, Rasmussen, K, Niels-Christiansen, L-L & Danielsen, EM 2011, 'Dietary free fatty acids form alkaline phosphatase-enriched microdomains in the intestinal brush border membrane', Molecular Membrane Biology, bind 28, nr. 2, s. 136-44. https://doi.org/10.3109/09687688.2010.542552

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Hansen, G. H., Rasmussen, K., Niels-Christiansen, L-L., & Danielsen, E. M. (2011). Dietary free fatty acids form alkaline phosphatase-enriched microdomains in the intestinal brush border membrane. Molecular Membrane Biology, 28(2), 136-44. https://doi.org/10.3109/09687688.2010.542552

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Hansen GH, Rasmussen K, Niels-Christiansen L-L, Danielsen EM. Dietary free fatty acids form alkaline phosphatase-enriched microdomains in the intestinal brush border membrane. Molecular Membrane Biology. 2011 feb 1;28(2):136-44. https://doi.org/10.3109/09687688.2010.542552

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Hansen, Gert H ; Rasmussen, Karina ; Niels-Christiansen, Lise-Lotte ; Danielsen, E Michael. / Dietary free fatty acids form alkaline phosphatase-enriched microdomains in the intestinal brush border membrane. I: Molecular Membrane Biology. 2011 ; Bind 28, Nr. 2. s. 136-44.

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