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Effects of feeding gamma-linolenic acid on mesenteric and urinary prostaglandin outflow in guinea-pigs



Effects of feeding gamma-linolenic acid on mesenteric and urinary prostaglandin outflow in guinea-pigs



Progress in Lipid Research 25: 309-310



From age 4 to 8 weeks guineapigs were given diets containing 5% safflower oil (SFO, 80% linoleic acid) or evening primrose oil (EPO, 72% linoleic acid, 9% gamma -linolenic acid).

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