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The response of man to dietary cholesterol.
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Effect of varying type and quantity of dietary fat on the fecal excretion of bile acids in humans subsisting on formula diets.
Abstract The fecal excretion of bile acids during the second half of two 8-day feeding periods has been studied in relation to changes in plasma cholesterol in humans subsisting on formula dietsExpand
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Plant sterols, degree of unsaturation, and hypocholesterolemic action of certain fats.
Dietary experiments in which food was supplied in the form of a homogeneous liquid formula ration of definitely known composition have been performed on 171 subjects (159 men and 12 women, universityExpand
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Dietary cholesterol and plasma cholesterol levels in man.
Sixty-three men and twenty women (university students) consumed a fat-free, homogeneous liquid formula ration for 8 days. Groups of 8 to 11 individuals were then transferred to diets in which 30% ofExpand
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THE DIFFERENTIAL-PHOTOMETRIC ESTIMATION OF COPROSTANOL IN THE PRESENCE OF CHOLESTEROL, SITOSTEROL, AND OTHER 3-BETA-HYDROXYSTEROLS.
A method is described for the differential-photonletric estinlation of coprostall01 in faeces, based upon the change in extinction coefficie~lts of cholesterol and coprostanol with time in theExpand
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Catecholamine Excretion in Manic-Depressive and Schizophrenic Psychosis and its Relationship to Symptomatology *
In a group of depressed manic-depressive patients, urinary adrenalin, noradrenalin, creatinine and volume on admission of the patients to hospital were significantly reduced compared to the valuesExpand
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Short-term administration of dimercaptopropanol (BAL) and calcium disodium edetate (EDTA) for diagnostic and therapeutic lead mobilization.
Abstract 1. 1. In a Pb-poisoned child not tolerating a 5-day course of BAL and EDTA administered alternatively every 4 hr, BAL (5 mg/kg body wt) was given i.m. at zero time as a primer, and again atExpand
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MAGNITUDE OF THE HYPOCHOLESTEROLEMIC EFFECT OF DIETARY SITOSTEROL IN MAN.
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Abnormal perchlorate-induced radio-iodide loss from the thyroid gland in porphyrinopathies.
Abstract 1. 1. Positive perchlorate discharge tests, suggesting partial defects in thyroid iodide organification, were obtained in euthyroid non-goitrous cases with toxic lead exposure and hepaticExpand
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