Comparative effects of saturated and unsaturated lipids on hepatic lipogenesis and cholesterogenesis in vivo in the meal-fed rat.

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The effects of saturated and unsaturated lipids on in vivo rates of hepatic lipogenesis and cholesterogenesis were compared. Lipogenic and cholesterogenic rates were determined in meal-fed rats either after feeding 1%, 5%, 10%, or 20% dietary corn oil or hydrogenated soybean oil for 14 days, or after intrgastric administration of fatty acyl ethyl esters (18… (More)

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@article{Triscari1978ComparativeEO, title={Comparative effects of saturated and unsaturated lipids on hepatic lipogenesis and cholesterogenesis in vivo in the meal-fed rat.}, author={Joseph M Triscari and James G.C. Hamilton and Arthur Sullivan}, journal={The Journal of nutrition}, year={1978}, volume={108 5}, pages={815-25} }