Resting skeletal muscle PNPLA2 (ATGL) and CPT1b are associated with peak fat oxidation rates in men and women but do not explain observed sex-differences: oxidation

Oliver Chrzanowski-Smith, Rob Edinburgh, Eleanor Smith, Mark Thomas, Jean-Philippe Walhin, Francoise Koumanov, Sean Williams, James Betts, Javier Gonzalez

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