Acute high-fat diet paradigms link galanin to triglycerides and their transport and metabolism in muscle.


To compare the effects of acute exposure to dietary fat to those of chronic exposure, Sprague-Dawley rats were given a high-fat diet (50% fat) or moderate-fat diet (25% fat) for 1 day, 2 h or 3 weeks. With measurements of various parameters, the high-fat diet for 21 days produced the expected changes of: (1) a significant increase in total caloric intake… (More)


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