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What metabolic activities are performed by a developing human fetus's liver?
I understand that organ function varies with the stages of development. Does a fetal liver EVER perform lipogenesis, gluconeogenesis, make bile, etc? Or does it only begin performing these actions ...
Mar 23 '13 at 23:09
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