Effects of e99 yolk and moctamide on serum lipids in man

@article{Takeuchi1974EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of e99 yolk and moctamide on serum lipids in man},
  author={N. Takeuchi and Y. Yamamura},
  journal={Clinical Pharmacology \& Therapeutics},
  year={1974},
  volume={16}
}
Forty‐one healthy male volunteers received 9 egg yolks daily in addition to their ordinary meals for 14 days. Mean elevation of serum cholesterollevels was 21,6 mg per 100 ml (11.4%) of the initial level. Middle‐aged men (40 to 45) showed more elevation of serum cholesterollevel than young men (18 to 20). After the first egg yolk fee ding period, 6 young men and 3 middle‐aged men, whose serum cholesterol levels increased by more than 10%, were selected to examine the etfect of moctamide on… Expand
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