Unsaturated fatty acids promote bioaccessibility and basolateral secretion of carotenoids and α-tocopherol by Caco-2 cells.

@article{Failla2014UnsaturatedFA,
  title={Unsaturated fatty acids promote bioaccessibility and basolateral secretion of carotenoids and $\alpha$-tocopherol by Caco-2 cells.},
  author={Mark L Failla and Chureeporn Chitchumronchokchai and Mario G. Ferruzzi and Shellen R. Goltz and Wayne W Campbell},
  journal={Food \& function},
  year={2014},
  volume={5 6},
  pages={
          1101-12
        }
}
Bioavailability of carotenoids and tocopherols from foods is determined by the efficiency of transfer from food/meal to mixed micelles during digestion, incorporation into chylomicrons for trans-epithelial transport to lymphatic/blood system, and distribution to target tissues. Fats and oils are important factors for facilitating the absorption of lipophilic compounds. However, dietary fats and oils are composed of various types of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids which may differentially… Expand
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