Plasma phytanic acid concentration and risk of prostate cancer


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Alison Price, Naomi Allen, Timothy Key

University of Oxford, UK


Phytanic acid, a fatty acid with negligible synthesis in humans, is obtained predominantly from dietary intake of ruminant fat (i.e. cow, sheep or goat) in dairy and ruminant meat products.

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