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Effect of dietary fat content on the site of fat absorption in hamster small intestine in vitro.
Abstract 1. 1. Everted sacs of small intestines from hamsters on a diet containing 2 or 20% fat were incubated during 1 h at 37° in a micellar solution of 2 mM [1-14C]oleic, acid (specific activity 4Expand
Estimation of fat absorption from single fecal specimens using 131I-triolein and 75Se-triether. A study in rats with and without induced steatorrhea.
The simultaneous use of 131I-triolein and 75Se-triether, a nonabsorbable marker, in a single oral dose to estimate fat absorption from incomplete fecal collections was tested in rats with and withoutExpand
Re-evaluation of radio-iodinated triolein as a test fat in fat absorption studies.
Abstract The absorption of radio-iodinated triolein was compared to that of glyceryl-trioleate- 14 C in rats. The results obtained showed that there was no difference in the absorption of these twoExpand
PROPERTIES OF GLYCEROL-SE-75-TRIETHER - LIPID-SOLUBLE MARKER FOR ESTIMATION OF INTESTINAL FAT ABSORPTION
: The properties of a 75Se-labeled glycerol triether were investigated in rat experiments designed to test this substance as a nonabsorbable marker for the assessment of intestinal fat absorption.Expand
The influence of phytosterols on the absorption of cholesterol.
  • A. Valkema
  • Medicine
  • Acta physiologica et pharmacologica Neerlandica
  • 1955
A lipid-soluble inert indicator in fat absorption studies in the rat.
Abstract Lipid-soluble DC Silicone Fluid 703 (a methyl-phenyl polysiloxane) was tested as an inert indicator in fat absorption studies. The recovery of this fluid in rat stools was 96.0 ± 6.7 perExpand
Properties of glycerol-75Se-triether: A lipid-soluble marker for the estimation of intestinal fat absorption.
The properties of a 75Se-labeled glycerol triether were investigated in rat experiments designed to test this substance as a nonabsorbable marker for the assessment of intestinal fat absorption.Expand
The management of hypercholesterolemia in animals and in man.
  • A. Valkema
  • Medicine
  • Acta physiologica et pharmacologica Neerlandica
  • 1955
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