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Nutritional regulation of the accumulation of hepatic lipid at the nutritional repletion period (Part 1). Effect of various dietary nutrients on hepatic lipid accumulation in fasted-refed or depletion-repletion rats



Nutritional regulation of the accumulation of hepatic lipid at the nutritional repletion period (Part 1). Effect of various dietary nutrients on hepatic lipid accumulation in fasted-refed or depletion-repletion rats



Japanese Journal of Nutrition 35(6): 275-281



1. Groups of 5 or 6 rats of each sex were deprived of food for 48 h then given a diet with 62% sucrose or gelatinized maize starch as the only carbohydrate, 22% casein and 11% fat and oil. There was no significant difference between carbohydrates in intake or bodyweight gain but liver weight/100 g bodyweight and content of cholesterol and of total lipid in liver were significantly greater with sucrose than with starch for either sex.

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