Higher efficacy of dietary DHA provided as a phospholipid than as a triglyceride for brain DHA accretion in neonatal piglets.

@article{Liu2014HigherEO,
  title={Higher efficacy of dietary DHA provided as a phospholipid than as a triglyceride for brain DHA accretion in neonatal piglets.},
  author={Lei Liu and Nana Bartke and Hans Van Daele and Peter Lawrence and Xia Qin and Hui Gyu Park and Kumar S D Kothapalli and Anthony Windust and Jacques G. Bindels and Zhe Wang and J Thomas Brenna},
  journal={Journal of lipid research},
  year={2014},
  volume={55 3},
  pages={
          531-9
        }
}
Long-chain PUFAs (LCPUFAs) occur in foods primarily in the natural lipid classes, triacylglycerols (TAGs) or phospholipids (PLs). We studied the relative efficacy of the neural omega-3 DHA provided in formula to growing piglets as a dose of (13)C-DHA bound to either TAG or phosphatidylcholine (PC). Piglets were assigned to identical formula-based diets from early life and provided with TAG-(13)C-DHA or PC-(13)C-DHA orally at 16 days. Days later, piglet organs were analyzed for (13)C-DHA and… CONTINUE READING
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