Very low density lipoproteins in intestinal lymph: role in triglyceride and cholesterol transport during fat absorption.

@article{Ockner1969VeryLD,
  title={Very low density lipoproteins in intestinal lymph: role in triglyceride and cholesterol transport during fat absorption.},
  author={Robert K. Ockner and F B Hughes and Kurt J Isselbacher},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1969},
  volume={48 12},
  pages={2367-73}
}
The role of nonchylomicron very low density lipoproteins (VLDL, S(f) 20-400) in the transport of triglyceride and cholesterol was studied during lipid absorption. Various long chain fatty acids were infused intraduodenally in the form of mixed fatty acid-mono-olein-taurocholate micelles; control animals received saline or taurocholate. As compared with controls, all fatty acids (palmitic, oleic, linoleic) resulted in significant increases in chylomicron (S(f) > 400) triglyceride. In addition… CONTINUE READING

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