Characterization of Flavin-Containing Monooxygenase-5 (FMO5) Cloned from Human and Guinea-Pig: Evidence That the Unique Catalytic Properties of FMO5 Are Not Confined to the Rabbit Ortholog

L. H. Overby, Alan R Buckpitt, M. P. Lawton, E. Attaasafoadjei, J. Schulze, R. M. Philpot

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