Die Lecithin/Lysolecithin- und Cholesterin/Cholesterinester-Beziehung im Rattenserum bei der Galaktosamin-Hepatose
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After single i.p. application of 300 mg/kgd-galactosamine-hydrochloride in male conventional Wistar-II-rats, the concentration of serum cholesterol esters and serum lysolecithin decreases in statistical significance, serum lecithin increases slightly. Because the relation of esterified serum cholesterol to total serum cholesterol increases, it may be that the significant decrease of the cholesterol ester fraction, induced by the slight galactosamine-liver injury, is not only effected by transacylation-inhibition in plasma.