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Furan fatty acids are unique, naturally occurring lipids that are found in significant amounts in dietary phospholipids, such as in salmon roe.1 CMPF is an endogenous metabolite of furan fatty acids in humans. CMPF is highly albumin-
|Formulation||A crystalline solid|
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|Shipping||Room temperature in continental US; may vary elsewhere|
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1. Ishii, K., Okajima, H., Okada, Y., et al. Studies on furan fatty acids of salmon roe phospholipids. J Biochem 103(5) 836-839 (1988).
2. Lim, C., Bernard, B.F., De Jong, M., et al. A furan fatty acid and indoxyl sulfate are the putative inhibitors of thyroxine hepatocyte transport in uremia. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 76(2) 318-324 (1993).
3. Lim, C., Stockigt, J.R., Curtis, A.J., et al. A naturally occuring furan fatty acid enhances drug inhibition of thyroxine binding in serum. Metabolism 42(11) 1468-1474 (1993).
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