Metabolism of erucic acid in perfused rat liver: Increased chain shortening after feeding partially hydrogenated marine oil and rapeseed oil

@article{Christiansen1979MetabolismOE,
  title={Metabolism of erucic acid in perfused rat liver: Increased chain shortening after feeding partially hydrogenated marine oil and rapeseed oil},
  author={Erling A. N. Christiansen and Magny Thomassen and Renata Z. Christiansen and Harald Osmundsen and Kaare R Norum},
  journal={Lipids},
  year={1979},
  volume={14},
  pages={829-835}
}
The metabolism of [14-14C] erucic acid was studied in perfused livers from rats fed on diets containing partially hydrogenated marine oil or rapeseed oil for three days or three weeks. Control rats were given groundnut oil. Chain-shortening of erucic acid, mainly to 18∶1, was found in all dietary groups. In the marine oil and rapeseed oil groups, the percentage of chain-shortened fatty acids in very low density lipoproteins-triacylglycerols (VLDL-TG) exported from the liver increased after… CONTINUE READING

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