Subject: Does Caffeine affect the type of molecules used for obtaining energy?
Date: Wed Dec 1 02:33:48 1999
Posted by Nomi Efrati
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Area of science: Biochemistry
I was asked if it's true that when caffeine level in the blood is high
more lipids (fatty acids) are used up by the mitochondria.
Re: Does Caffeine affect the type of molecules used for obtaining energy?
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