Solubility of calcium soaps of long-chain fatty acids in simulated intestinal environment

@article{Graham2005SolubilityOC,
  title={Solubility of calcium soaps of long-chain fatty acids in simulated intestinal environment},
  author={D. Graham and J. Sackman},
  journal={Digestive Diseases and Sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={28},
  pages={733-736}
}
Calcium soaps of long-chain fatty acids are often referred to as being insoluble. These soaps make up most of the fecal lipid in infants fed high calcium diets and are responsible for increased fat malabsorption in patients with exocrine pancreatic insufficiency receiving enzymes and calcium carbonate antacids. We investigated the solubility of the calcium soaps of long-chain fatty acids in simulated human intestinal contents. Calcium soaps of the [14C]fatty acids of lauric (12∶0), palmitic (16… Expand
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