Linoleate inhibits EPA incorporation from dietary fish-oil supplements in human subjects.

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Thirty healthy male subjects were randomly allocated into one of two treatment groups: group H subjects were maintained on a high-linoleic acid (LA) diet with the saturated fatty acids kept low and those in group L were kept on a low-LA, low saturate diet. After a 3-wk run-in period, subjects consumed a fish-oil supplement containing 1.6 g eicosapentaenoic… (More)

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@article{Cleland1992LinoleateIE, title={Linoleate inhibits EPA incorporation from dietary fish-oil supplements in human subjects.}, author={Leslie G. Cleland and Michael John James and M A Neumann and Marina D'Angelo and R Gibson}, journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition}, year={1992}, volume={55 2}, pages={395-9} }