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Antioxidant properties in vivo and in vitro -- Bioavailability of squalene in animal models and in human -- Squalene may neutralize different xenobiotics -- Squalene as an anti-inflammatory agent -- Squalene and atherosclerosis -- Anti-neoplastic properties of squalene -- Mechanisms of squalene action in cancer chemoprevention and regression -- A component of skin lipids and with a role in skin aging and pathology -- Its use to boost antigenicity of several vaccines -- Other properties -- Toxicity at high levels of intake (neuropathy and pneumonia) -- Antibodies against squalene in certain individuals.
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