Iu M Zalesskaia

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Experiments on rats demonstrated that a high-carbohydrate diet with starch produced no changes in the lipoprotein composition and lipid concentration in the blood. Diets containing sucrose promoted an increase in triglycerides and of the pre-beta-lipoproteins. However, the effect of sucrose depended on the qualitative correlation of the carbohydrate and(More)
Tests conducted with rats demonstrated that rations carrying saccharose cause a rise in the pre-beta-lipoproteids, blood triglycerides, total lipids and triglycerides in the aorta, as well as an accelerated biosynthesis of the latter in the liver and the fatty tissue. The effect of the saccharose making part of an isocaloric ration depends upon the quality(More)
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