Fatty acid profile of myocardial lipid in populations consuming different dietary fats

@article{Shenolikar2006FattyAP,
  title={Fatty acid profile of myocardial lipid in populations consuming different dietary fats},
  author={Indushekhar Shenolikar},
  journal={Lipids},
  year={2006},
  volume={15},
  pages={980-982}
}
  • Indushekhar Shenolikar
  • Published 2006
  • Chemistry
  • Lipids
  • Human hearts from medico-legal autopsies were obtained from 3 regions of India where the edible oils used are different. These 3 population groups consumed either mustard oil (Calcutta), coconut oil (Trivandrum) or peanut oil (Madras). Among the saturated fatty acids, lauric acid was found only in the myocardium of subjects from Trivandrum (3.5% of the total fatty acids [TFA]), heptadecanoic acid only in the samples from Madras (1.4% TFA) and arachidic acid only in those of Calcutta (1.9% TFA… CONTINUE READING

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