Regulation of low density lipoprotein uptake and degradation in different animals species.

Abstract

These various observations suggest that the intestinal-hepatic axis plays a key role in the regulation of cholesterol balance in the whole animal and the circulating levels of LDL-cholesterol. Nearly all sterol which enters or leaves the body must do so through the intestine and liver. Changes in the rate of entry or exit of cholesterol (or bile acids) from… (More)

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