Time course for entry of intestinally infused lipids into blood of rats.

@article{Greenberg1995TimeCF,
  title={Time course for entry of intestinally infused lipids into blood of rats.},
  author={David Greenberg and Ruth A Kava and David Richard Lewis and Michael R Greenwood and Gerard P Smith},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={269 2 Pt 2},
  pages={R432-6}
}
The early time course of the absorption of duodenally infused 14C-labeled Intralipid into either the hepatic portal circulation or systemic circulation was measured. Plasma radioactivity did not increase significantly at either site until 30 min after the intestinal infusion began and was maximal between 60 and 120 min. In studies on the effects of intestinal lipid infusions on sham feeding in rats we find significant suppressions of sham feeding after only 10 min. Thus the time course for… CONTINUE READING

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