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Beta -Carotene transport in human lipoproteins. Comparisons with alpha -tocopherol


Lipids 29(10): 665-669
Beta -Carotene transport in human lipoproteins. Comparisons with alpha -tocopherol
The temporal relations of the transport of beta -carotene in lipoproteins were investigated. beta -Carotene 60 mg was given with breakfast to 9 fasting subjects, then blood samples were collected at intervals of up to 75 h, lipoproteins were isolated, and beta -carotene was quantitated. beta -Carotene concentrations in chylomicrons and VLDL peaked at 6 and 9 h, respectively.


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