Essential fatty acids (EFA) deficiency and liver mitochondria


2 dietary fats, namely, hydrogenated coconut oil and safflower seed oil were fed at 20% levels to weanling male albino rats for a period of 2 months after which the animals were sacrificed and oxidative phosphorylation measured in liver mitochondria. This ratio was more in the unsaturated-fat-fed group of rats compared to the saturated-fed ones for… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02034659


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@article{Divakaran1978EssentialFA, title={Essential fatty acids (EFA) deficiency and liver mitochondria}, author={Puthezhath Divakaran}, journal={Experientia}, year={1978}, volume={34}, pages={1540-1541} }