Uptake of postprandial lipoproteins into bone in vivo: impact on osteoblast function.

@article{Niemeier2008UptakeOP,
  title={Uptake of postprandial lipoproteins into bone in vivo: impact on osteoblast function.},
  author={Andreas Niemeier and Dagmara Niedzielska and Rukiye Secer and Arndt F. Schilling and Martin Merkel and Carlos Enrich and Patrick C. N. Rensen and Joerg Heeren},
  journal={Bone},
  year={2008},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={
          230-7
        }
}
Dietary lipids and lipophilic vitamins are transported by postprandial lipoproteins and are required for bone metabolism. Despite that, it remains unknown whether bone cells are involved in the uptake of circulating postprandial lipoproteins in vivo. The current study was performed to investigate a putative participation of bone in the systemic postprandial lipoprotein metabolism in mice, to identify potentially involved cell type populations and to analyze whether lipoprotein uptake affects… CONTINUE READING
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