Blood plasma lipoprotein and tissue cholesterol of calves fed soybean oil, corn oil, vegetable shortening or tallow.

@article{Richard1980BloodPL,
  title={Blood plasma lipoprotein and tissue cholesterol of calves fed soybean oil, corn oil, vegetable shortening or tallow.},
  author={Marlene J. Richard and Jeanne W. Stewart and Thomas R. Heeg and Kenneth D. Wiggers and Norman Jacobson},
  journal={Atherosclerosis},
  year={1980},
  volume={37 4},
  pages={
          513-20
        }
}
The objective of this study was to determine cholesterol content of blood plasma, blood plasma lipoproteins and tissues of calves fed fats of differing compositions. Groups of 2-week-old calves were fed one of the following fats in a reconstituted milk formula: soybean oil, corn oil, vegetable shortening or tallow. The diets contained no dry feed or added cholesterol. Blood plasma cholesterol concentrations increased with time for all groups. After 15 weeks, cholesterol concentrations were… CONTINUE READING
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