Chylomicron metabolism in an animal model for hyperlipoproteinemia type I.

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Mink homozygous for the mutation Pro214Leu in lipoprotein lipase (LPL) had only traces of LPL activity but amounts of LPL protein in their tissues similar to those of normal mink. In normal mink, lymph chylomicrons from rats given [3H]retinol (incorporated into retinyl esters, providing a core label) and [14C]oleic acid (incorporated mainly in triglycerides… (More)

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@article{Savonen1999ChylomicronMI, title={Chylomicron metabolism in an animal model for hyperlipoproteinemia type I.}, author={Roger Savonen and Knut Nordstoga and Bjorn Christophersen and Anna V Lindberg and Y C Shen and Magnus Hultin and Thomas Olivecrona and Gunilla Olivecrona}, journal={Journal of lipid research}, year={1999}, volume={40 7}, pages={1336-46} }