Differential intestinal absorption of two fatty acid isomers: elaidic and oleic acids.

@article{Bernard1987DifferentialIA,
  title={Differential intestinal absorption of two fatty acid isomers: elaidic and oleic acids.},
  author={Arnaud Bernard and Bruno Echinard and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Carlier},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={253 6 Pt 1},
  pages={
          G751-9
        }
}
The absorption of 14C-labeled oleic acid and 14C-labeled elaidic acid was studied in bile- and pancreatic juice-diverted adult rats. In some cases these acids were compared with 14C-labeled palmitic acid absorption. Sodium taurocholate-emulsified test infusates containing an equimolar mixture of monopalmitin and two fatty acids (oleic and elaidic or palmitic), one of which was 14C labeled, were infused through a duodenal canula. The chyle was collected from the mesenteric lymphatic vessel by… CONTINUE READING
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