Intestinal Triglyceride Absorption in the Rat

@article{Cardell1967IntestinalTA,
  title={Intestinal Triglyceride Absorption in the Rat},
  author={Robert R. Cardell and Susan Badenhausen and Keith R. Porter},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1967},
  volume={34},
  pages={123 - 155}
}
This report provides information on the morphology of fat absorption in rat intestinal epithelial cells. Three types of experiments were performed: (a) intubation of corn oil into fasted rats, (b) injection of physiological fatty-chyme prepared from fat-fed donor rats into ligated segments of jejunum of fasted animals, and (c) administration of electron-opaque particles in corn oil and markers given concurrently with the fat. These results support the hypothesis that fat is absorbed by… CONTINUE READING

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