total fatty acids ≤435±11μM: single free fatty acid such as oleic acid ≤158±5μM μM
||Human Homo sapiens
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||P.2 left column bottom paragraph: "The
concentration of total free fatty acids in human blood has been reported to be as high as 435 ± 11μM and that
of a single free fatty acid, such as oleic acid, can be as high as 158 ± 5μM [primary source]."