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Arachidonic acid is an essential fatty acid and a precursor for all prostaglandins, thromboxanes, and leukotrienes. Virtually all cellular arachidonic acid is esterified in membrane phospholipids where its presence is tightly regulated through multiple interconnected pathways.1 Free arachidonic acid is a transient, critical substrate for the biosynthesis of eicosanoid second messengers. Receptor-
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Nixon, A.B., Greene, D.G., and Wykle, R.L. Comparison of acceptor and donor substrates in the CoA-
2. Burgoyne, R.D., and Morgan, A. The control of free arachidonic acid levels. Trends Biochem Sci 15 365-366 (1990).
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