Meal fatty acid uptake in adipose tissue: gender effects in nonobese humans.

@article{Romanski2000MealFA,
  title={Meal fatty acid uptake in adipose tissue: gender effects in nonobese humans.},
  author={Stanislaw Romanski and Rachael M Nelson and Michael D Jensen},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Endocrinology and metabolism},
  year={2000},
  volume={279 2},
  pages={E455-62}
}
We tested for gender differences in dietary fatty acid metabolism in 12 nonobese men and 12 nonobese women using the meal fatty acid tracer/adipose tissue biopsy study design. In addition to determining body composition, measurements of regional adipose tissue lipoprotein lipase activity, blood flow, and fat cell size were performed to place the meal fatty acid kinetic studies in perspective. Twenty-four hours after ingesting the test meal, the concentration of meal fatty acids was greater (P… CONTINUE READING

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