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Genetic Pathways Involved in Omega-6 Fatty Acid-Induced Sterility in C. elegans
Polyunsaturated fatty acids serve both structural and functional roles as membrane components as well as precursors for a number of different factors involved in inflammation and signaling. Humans are unable to synthesize ...
Fatty acid epoxides produced by cytochrome P450s mediate the deleterious effects of dietary DGLA in the C. elegans germ line
Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) are precursors to bioactive molecules which play essential roles in development, immune response, and reproduction. This process is moderated by three pathways which act on PUFAs to form ...