Estimation of fat absorption from single fecal specimens using 131I-triolein and 75Se-triether. A study in rats with and without induced steatorrhea.

@article{Hoving1977EstimationOF,
  title={Estimation of fat absorption from single fecal specimens using 131I-triolein and 75Se-triether. A study in rats with and without induced steatorrhea.},
  author={J. Hoving and J. H. Wilson and A. Valkema and M. G. Woldring},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={1977},
  volume={72 3},
  pages={
          406-12
        }
}
The simultaneous use of 131I-triolein and 75Se-triether, a nonabsorbable marker, in a single oral dose to estimate fat absorption from incomplete fecal collections was tested in rats with and without induced steatorrhea. The results in normal rats showed that analysis of single stool samples allows a valid estimate of fat absorption as defined by the balance study based on the total fecal recovery of 131I. However, in the few normal rats with poor absorption, the absorption values from… Expand
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