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The response of man to dietary cholesterol.
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Composition of molecular distilates of corn oil: isolation and identification of sterol esters.
S U M M A R Y Molecular distillates of corn oil consisting of the three most volatile 1.7 per cent cuts and the next most volatile 4.9 per cent cut obtained from 150 kg. of refined oil have beenExpand
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Triglyceride composition of native and rearranged butter and coconut oils
Triglyceride gas chromatography was used for quantitative fractionation by carbon number of native and rearranged butter and coconut oils. Significant differences in the triglyceride typeExpand
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Excretion of bile acids by three men on corn oil and butterfat diets.
The excretion of fecal bile acids was determined in three adult males during the last 4 days of eight dietary periods of 8 days each, during which 35 to 60% of total calories was provided by corn oilExpand
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  • J. Beveridge
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Proceedings of the Nutrition Society
  • 1 March 1964
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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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Dietary factors affecting the level of plasma cholesterol in humans: the role of fat.
Three dietary experiments have been performed in which 36, 37, and 49 male medical students and staff members participated as experimental subjects. In each study, everyone consumed the sameExpand
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