Excretion of Dicarboxylic and ω-1 Hydroxy Fatty Acids by Low Birth Weight Infants Fed with Medium-Chain Triglycerides

@article{Whyte1986ExcretionOD,
  title={Excretion of Dicarboxylic and $\omega$-1 Hydroxy Fatty Acids by Low Birth Weight Infants Fed with Medium-Chain Triglycerides},
  author={Robin K. Whyte and Donald T. Whelan and Robert Elkin Hill and Shannon McClorry},
  journal={Pediatric Research},
  year={1986},
  volume={20},
  pages={122-125}
}
ABSTRACT. The effects of feeding a commercial formula containing increased amounts of medium-chain fatty acids on the urinary excretions of C6-C10 moncarboxylic, dicarboxylic, and ω- 1 hydroxy acids were studied in 13 growing preterm infants of mean birth weight 1.42 kg in a randomized double-blind cross-over clinical trial. Infants were allocated to two sequential feeding regimes of 5 days each, during the last 3 days of which urine was collected and analysed by gas-chromatography mass… Expand
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