Diverse captive non-human primates with phytanic acid-deficient diets rich in plant products have substantial phytanic acid levels in their red blood cells

Ann B. Moser, Jody Hey, Patricia K. Dranchak, Mazen W. Karaman, Junsong Zhao, Laura A. Cox, Oliver A. Ryder, Joseph G. Hacia

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