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Studies in the secretion of milk fat. III. The effect of thyroxine on the blood lipoids and on the nature of the milk fat of the ruminant



Studies in the secretion of milk fat. III. The effect of thyroxine on the blood lipoids and on the nature of the milk fat of the ruminant



Chem. & Ind, Lond., 58: 651



Treatment of cows with thyroxine caused no change in the lipoids of the blood corpuscles, but in the plasma the phosphatide fatty acids were reduced by 17 per cent., the non-phosphatide fatty acids by 13 per cent., the glyceride fatty acids by 22 per cent. and the ester cholesterol by 12 per cent. The nature of the plasma fatty acids was not changed.

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