The effect of different levels of dietary alpha-linolenic and other fatty acids on mammary gland ductular cell proliferation in female Swiss Webster mice.

@article{Lok1995TheEO,
  title={The effect of different levels of dietary alpha-linolenic and other fatty acids on mammary gland ductular cell proliferation in female Swiss Webster mice.},
  author={Eric Lok and Penny Jee and Walisundera M. N. Ratnayake and Fraser W. Scott and E. A. Nera and Susan Fernie and Edmund McMullen and David B. Clayson},
  journal={Cancer letters},
  year={1995},
  volume={92 2},
  pages={229-34}
}
In previous work we have shown that changing the fatty acid composition of a constant amount of fat in a modified AIN-76A diet affected the level of ductular cell proliferation in the mammary glands of young virgin female Swiss Webster mice. In particular, linoleic acid concentrations of 5-10% of the total fat in the diet led to variable but appreciably… CONTINUE READING