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Title: Acetyl-CoA  
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Subject: Ketone bodies, Beta oxidation, Glycolysis, Pyruvate dehydrogenase complex, Citrate
Collection: Metabolism, Thioesters of Coenzyme A
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  1. ^ Fatland, B. L.; Ke, J; Anderson, MD; Mentzen, WI; Cui, LW; Allred, CC; Johnston, JL; Nikolau, BJ; Wurtele, ES (2002). "Molecular Characterization of a Heteromeric ATP-Citrate Lyase That Generates Cytosolic Acetyl-Coenzyme a in Arabidopsis". Plant Physiology 130 (2): 740–56.  
  2. ^ Fatland, B. L. (2005). "Reverse Genetic Characterization of Cytosolic Acetyl-CoA Generation by ATP-Citrate Lyase in Arabidopsis". The Plant Cell Online 17: 182.  

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