Effect of hydrophobic detergent on lipid absorption in the rat and on lipid and sterol balance in the swine

@article{Brunelle1979EffectOH,
  title={Effect of hydrophobic detergent on lipid absorption in the rat and on lipid and sterol balance in the swine},
  author={C. W. Brunelle and Wieslaw J. Bochenek and Rebecca Abraham and Dong Nack Kim and John B. Jr Rodgers},
  journal={Digestive Diseases and Sciences},
  year={1979},
  volume={24},
  pages={718-725}
}
The effects of hydrophobic detergent on fat absorption in the rat were determined under two conditions. In the first, a high dose of detergent was given in a test lipid meal to rats not previously exposed to this agent. A marked delay in digestion of triglyceride in association with malabsorption was observed. In the second, a relatively small dose of detergent was given to rats pretreated with dietary supplement of detergent. No delay of digestion or uptake was observed but absorbed… CONTINUE READING

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