Studies of blood lipids in rabbits and the factors controlling them. Effect of feeding

Cahn, T.; Houget, J.

C.R. Acad. Sci 250: 200-202


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Rabbits were given daily at the same hour a fixed amount, providing about 500 Cal., of hay, dried lucerne and cabbage; generally most of it was eaten in 8 or 9 hr., so the rabbits were postabsorptive the next morning before feeding time. Blood samples were taken before and 1, 4 or 7 hr. after feeding, but not more than 3 from a rabbit on any day. Serum total lipids and all fractions were usually below the fasting level 1 hr. after feeding, when little had been eaten.