Knoop theory

Knoop the·o·ry

(knūp),
that the catabolism of fatty acids occurs in stages in each of which there is a loss of two carbon atoms as a result of oxidation at the β-carbon atom, for example,

Knoop,

Hedwig, German physician, 1908–.
Knoop theory - related to the catabolism of fatty acids.
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