Dietary 18:2n-6 affects EPA (20:5n-3) and ARA (20:4n-6) content in cell membranes and eicosanoid production in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.)

Author: Sissener, N.H.; Araujo, P.; Sæle, Ø.; Rosenlund, G.; Stubhaug, I.; Sanden, M.
Year Published: 2020
Media Outlet: Aquaculture

Open Access? No

Matrix: Tissue
Biological Themes: Liver function
Product(s): Global Discovery Panel
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