Calorie consumption level influences development of C3H/Ou breast adenocarcinoma with indifference to calorie source.

@article{Engelman1990CalorieCL,
  title={Calorie consumption level influences development of C3H/Ou breast adenocarcinoma with indifference to calorie source.},
  author={Robert W. Engelman and Noorbibi K. Day and Ru Fu Chen and Yumiko Tomita and Irma Bauer-Sardi{\~n}a and My Lien Dao and R A Good},
  journal={Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  year={1990},
  volume={193 1},
  pages={23-30}
}
To analyze simultaneously the influence attributable to calorie consumption level and percentage of dietary fat on the spontaneous development of mammary adenocarcinoma, virgin female C3H/Ou mice were separated into five dietary groups. Four groups of mice were fed purified diets either ad libitum (16-18 kcal/mouse/day) or restricted 40% in calorie consumption (10-11 kcal/mouse/day), and diets contained either 4.5%, 7.5%, 67%, or 68% calories from fat. Mice that consumed isocaloric diets… CONTINUE READING

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