Fatty liver in rats induced by excessive intake of a nutritionally adequate liquid diet.

Abstract

In order to test whether or not overeating of a nutritionally adequate diet with reasonable fat content could result in significant fat accumulation in the liver, male Sprague-Dawley rats were provided with free access to either a nutritionally adequate liquid diet with 35 per cent of calories as fat or a regular diet (controls) for 3 months. After the… (More)

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