Fish oil-induced yellow fat disease in rats. II. Enzyme histochemistry of adipose tissue.

@article{Danse1978FishOY,
  title={Fish oil-induced yellow fat disease in rats. II. Enzyme histochemistry of adipose tissue.},
  author={L H Danse and W A Steenbergen-Botterweg},
  journal={Veterinary pathology},
  year={1978},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={125-32}
}
Adipose tissue in various stages of fish oil-induced yellow fat disease in the rat had the same acid phosphatase and 5-nucleotidase activity pattern as similar stages of the disorder in mink and pig. A weak acid phosphatase and 5-nucleotidase activity was seen in interstitial lipofuscin-laden macrophages in "stage M" yellow fat disease without fat cell degeneration. Activity of these macrophagic enzymes increased when there was fat cell degeneration ("stage S" and "stage E" yellow fat disease… CONTINUE READING

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