Effect of surfactant poloxalene 2930 on food intake, lipid absorption, and serum cholesterol in rats.

@article{Rodgers1984EffectOS,
  title={Effect of surfactant poloxalene 2930 on food intake, lipid absorption, and serum cholesterol in rats.},
  author={J. Rodgers and E. Kyriakides and W. Bochenek},
  journal={Experimental and molecular pathology},
  year={1984},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={
          214-22
        }
}
Effect of hydrophobic surfactant, poloxalene 2930, on lipid absorption was studied in rats. Under acute conditions with surfactant infused intraduodenally with a lipid meal absorbed lipid accumulated abnormally in the enterocytes. This effect was quickly reversed after terminating treatment. Long-term administration of poloxalene given in semipurified diets resulted in changes in food intake, weight gain, fecal fat output, and serum cholesterol concentrations. The composition of the diet used… Expand
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