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Eicosa-11Z,14Z,17Z-trienoic Acid (20:3, n-3) is a structural analogue of arachidonic acid lacking C-5 and C-6 double bonds. Phagocytic activity by peritoneal macrophage cells in rats has been shown to increase with treatment of Eicosa-11Z,14Z,17Z-trienoic Acid. Used to study the degradation of fatty acids and phospholipids required for the formation, structure, and function of membranes.
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