Variable effects of a lipotrope-deficient, high-fat diet on chemical carcinogenesis in rats.

@article{Rogers1975VariableEO,
  title={Variable effects of a lipotrope-deficient, high-fat diet on chemical carcinogenesis in rats.},
  author={Adrianne E. Rogers},
  journal={Cancer research},
  year={1975},
  volume={35 9},
  pages={2469-74}
}
Earlier studies demonstrated enhanced chemical carcinogenesis in the liver, colon, and probably esophagus of male rats that were fed a lipotrope-deficient, high-fat diet. In further experiments, designed to examine the range of the dietary effect on chemical carcinogenesis, rats were fed either the marginally lipotrope-deficient, high-fat diet or an adequate control diet, and treated wit- N-2-fluorenylacet-amide, 3,3 diphenyl-3-diemthylcarbamoyl-1-propyne, N-methyl-N-nitroso-N'-nitroguanidine… CONTINUE READING

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