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Why is the Effect of Vitamin E often a Matter of Luck?

News   Oct 03, 2018 | Original story from Friedrich Schiller University Jena

 
Why is the Effect of Vitamin E often a Matter of Luck?

Associate professor Dr. Andreas Koeberle from the Institute of Pharmacy and an international team have found out that a bioactive metabolite is responsible for the anti-inflammatory effect of vitamin E. Credit: Anne Günther/FSU Jena

 
 
 

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