Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, February 29th, 2004
"Royleanones and euvimals displayed marked protonophoric activity on artificial bilayer lipid membranes in vitro, and exerted an uncoupling action on oxidative phosphorylation in isolated rat liver mitochondria," reported Nikolay A. Spiridonov and colleagues at the Russian Academy of Sciences. "The results suggest that biological membranes are the primary targets of royleanones and euvimals, and the protonophoric activity may...
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