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The regulating process of cholesterol in the liver was studied in relation to its exogenous contribution in the rats fed high-fat (28%) high-cholesterol (1.2%) diets rich in saturated (S) fat (lard) or polyunsaturated (PU) fat (corn oil). Accordingly, the fate of 14C free cholesterol originating from high- or low-density lipoproteins (LDL) was examined in(More)
In order to study the relationship between bile cholesterol and free cholesterol carried by high and low density lipoproteins (HDL and LDL), 10 male Wistar rats, 11 weeks old and fed with a standard diet were divided into 3 groups which received an intravenous infusion (jugular vein) of either LDL, HDL or liposomes. Liposomes were used for comparison(More)
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