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Vitamin E supplementation for the ruminant
Vitamin E is essential for such body functions as growth, reproduction, prevention of various diseases, and for integrity of tissues. The most significantly important result of selenium and vitamin EExpand
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The influence of dietary vitamin E, fat, and methionine on blood cholesterol profile, homocysteine levels, and oxidizability of low density lipoprotein in the gerbil.
A 90-day feeding study with gerbils was conducted to evaluate the influence of dietary vitamin E levels (25 mg/kg diet, 75 mg/kg, 300 mg/kg, and 900 mg/kg), two levels of dietary methionione (caseinExpand
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Influence of sources of dietary oils on the life span of stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats
In recent studies, the life span of stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive (SHRSP) rats was altered by a variety of dietary fats. It was relatively shorter in rats fed canola oil as the sole sourceExpand
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Vitamin E levels in superficial and intra-abdominal locations of white adipose tissue in the rat
Concentrations of RRR-α-tocopherol (vitamin E) were measured in white adipose tissue (WAT) from three superficial and three intra-abdominal locations of rats fed diets using low-, normal-, orExpand
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Effect of chronic alcohol ingestion on hepatic folate distribution in the rat.
The mechanism by which ethanol impairs folate metabolism remains uncertain. In the present study, we used our new technique (affinity/HPLC) for folate analysis to study the effect of chronic alcoholExpand
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Plasma and Hepatic α-Tocopherol in Cattle Following Oral or Intramuscular Supplementation, ,
Blood and hepatic tocopherol concentration following i.m. injection or oral supplementation was studied in nonlactating dairy cows and pregnant beef heifers, respectively. In Experiment 1, cowsExpand
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The effects of vitamin E and selenium intake on oxidative stress and plasma lipids in hamsters fed fish oil
The aim of the present work was to test the effects of large-dose supplementation of vitamin E (Vit E) and selenium (Se), either singly or in combination, on fish oil (FO)-induced tissue lipidExpand
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Estrogen administration, postexercise tissue oxidative stress and vitamin C status in male rats
Estrogen can putatively act as an antioxidant and protect tissues from exercise-induced oxidative stress. To test the in vivo efficacy of estrogen, the effects of 2 weeks of daily estrogen (40Expand
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The relationship of ethanol feeding to the methyl folate trap.
Feeding rats a semiliquid ethanol diet for a period of four weeks produced a hepatic accumulation of the methylating agent N5-methyltetrahydrofolate (N5CH3THF). When the ethanol-containing diet wasExpand
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Limited effects of combined dietary copper deficiency/iron overload on oxidative stress parameters in rat liver and plasma.
Copper (Cu) deficiency decreases the activity of Cu-dependent antioxidant enzymes such as Cu,zinc-superoxide dismutase (Cu,Zn-SOD) and may be associated with increased susceptibility to oxidativeExpand
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