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FRAYN, KN, COPPACK, SW, FIELDING, BA and HUMPHREYS, SM (1995) COORDINATED REGULATION OF HORMONE-SENSITIVE LIPASE AND LIPOPROTEIN-LIPASE IN HUMAN ADIPOSE-TISSUE IN-VIVO - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CONTROL OF FAT STORAGE AND FAT MOBILIZATION ADVANCES IN ENZYME REGULATION, VOL 35, 35. pp. 163-178.

FRAYN, KN, SHADID, S, HAMLANI, R, HUMPHREYS, SM, CLARK, ML, FIELDING, BA, BOLAND, O and COPPACK, SW (1994) REGULATION OF FATTY-ACID MOVEMENT IN HUMAN ADIPOSE-TISSUE IN THE POSTABSORPTIVE-TO-POSTPRANDIAL TRANSITION AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY, 266 (3). E308-E317.

GRIFFITHS, AJ, HUMPHREYS, SM, CLARK, ML, FIELDING, BA and FRAYN, KN (1994) IMMEDIATE METABOLIC AVAILABILITY OF DIETARY-FAT IN COMBINATION WITH CARBOHYDRATE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION, 59 (1). pp. 53-59.

FIELDING, BA, HUMPHREYS, SM, ALLMAN, RFC and FRAYN, KN (1993) MONOACYLGLYCEROL, DIACYLGLYCEROL, AND TRIACYLGLYCEROL CONCENTRATIONS IN HUMAN PLASMA - EFFECTS OF HEPARIN INJECTION AND OF A HIGH-FAT MEAL CLINICA CHIMICA ACTA, 216 (1-2). pp. 167-173.

DHAR, H, FIELDING, BA, CLARK, ML and FRAYN, KN (1990) TURBIDITY IN IMMUNOTURBIDIMETRIC ASSAY - REPLY ANNALS OF CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY, 27. p. 509.

DHAR, H, FIELDING, BA, CLARK, ML and FRAYN, KN (1990) BACKGROUND TURBIDITY CHANGES DURING THE ESTIMATION OF URINARY ALBUMIN ANNALS OF CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY, 27. pp. 161-162.

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FIELDING, BA, HUMPHREYS, SM, SHADID, S and FRAYN, KN (1995) PLASMA MONOACYLGLYCEROL, DIACYLGLYCEROL AND TRIACYLGLYCEROL MEASUREMENTS IN A STUDY OF FAT UPTAKE BY HUMAN ADIPOSE-TISSUE IN-VIVO In: 654th Meeting of the Biochemical-Society, 1995-04-04 - 1995-04-07, LEICESTER, ENGLAND.

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