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Mitochondrial CPT System

Description:

Carnitine (L-Carnitine or 3-hydroxy-4-(trimethylammonio) butanoate) and its Acyl-Esters (Acyl-Carnitines or ROC-Carnitine) are essential compounds for the metabolism of fatty acids (or RCOOH compounds). Carnitine is synthesized de novo in animal cells, but it is believed that most comes from the diet. Its main function is to assist the transport and metabolism of fatty acids into mitochondria, where they are oxidized for energy[...]

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