Triglycerides produced in the livers of fasting rabbits are predominantly stored as opposed to secreted into the plasma.

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OBJECTIVE The liver plays a central role in regulating fat metabolism; however, it is not clear how the liver distributes the synthesized triglycerides (TGs) to storage and to the plasma. MATERIALS AND METHODS We have measured the relative distribution of TGs produced in the liver to storage and the plasma by means of U-(13)C(16)-palmitate infusion in… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.metabol.2015.01.002

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@article{Tuvdendorj2015TriglyceridesPI, title={Triglycerides produced in the livers of fasting rabbits are predominantly stored as opposed to secreted into the plasma.}, author={Demidmaa Tuvdendorj and Xiao-jun Zhang and David L. Chinkes and Lijian Wang and Zhanpin Wu and Noe A. Rodriguez and David N. Herndon and Robert R. Wolfe}, journal={Metabolism: clinical and experimental}, year={2015}, volume={64 5}, pages={580-7} }