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The author emphasized that fish oil may greatly change the reaction between platelets and the vessel wall because of the incorporation of the ω-3 fatty acids into the phospholipids of platelet membranes and phospholipids of the vessel wall. The author stressed that our understanding of the effects of fish oil and ω-3 fatty acids has increased substantially in the past decade. Platelet function is modestly inhibited, the synthesis of prostaglandins may be altered, and vascular interactions appear to be modified in Copyright © 1994 AOCS Press ω-3 Fatty Acids and Heart Disease 29 humans.