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Having the affinity for lipids to promote mobilization of fats thus preventing accumulation of fats in tissues and organs


Lipotropin is a biochemical substance that has a lipotropic function. It is also described as a large polypeptide hormone that serves as a precursor to certain endogenous opiates, thus, also referred to as lipotropic hormone.

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