Food restriction suppresses an age-dependent increase in the exhalation rate of pentane from rats: a longitudinal study.


Longitudinal age changes in the exhalation rates of ethane and pentane, which are used as the indices of in vivo lipid peroxidation, from rats under ad libitum feeding and food restriction were measured. The exhalation rate of ethane or pentane from old, ad libitum-fed rats is higher than that of the corresponding hydrocarbon from young, ad libitum-fed rats… (More)


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