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Simultaneous effects of linolenic acid and of erucic acid on heart and liver lipids in the rat



Simultaneous effects of linolenic acid and of erucic acid on heart and liver lipids in the rat



Nutrition & Metabolism 23(2): 98-108



Cardiac and liver lipids (triglycerides and phospholipids) were analyzed in weanling rats fed for 8 days on diets containing 15% by weight of 4 different lipid mixtures: trierucin and peanut oil (1/1), trierucin and linseed oil (1/1), triolein and peanut oil (1/1), triolein and linseed oil (1/1). Linolenic acid (8 cal% of the diet) does not influence the steatogenic effect of erucic acid (15 cal% of the diet) on the myocardium, but seems to increase the hepatic conversion of erucic acid into shorter monoenes (C 18:1 mainly). The (n-6), (n-3) fatty acid spectra in heart and liver phospholipids are strongly affected when linolenic acid is added to the diet, but erucic acid has little effect.

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