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Lipids

, Volume 7, Issue 6, pp 409–414 | Cite as

Composition, particle size and role in dietary fat transport of two different lipoproteins of the intestinal lymph

  • Micheline Boquillon
  • Roger Paris
  • Jacqueline Clement
Article

Abstract

Rat intestinal lymph very low density lipoproteins have been separated by cellulose acetate electrophoresis. After administration of a meal including natural fats and labeled fatty acids, two labeled bands were detected on the electrophoregraphs. Further separations of these two kinds of particles were performed by density gradient zonal centrifugation. The isolated lipoproteins were analyzed for chemical composition and investigated by electron microscopy and electrophoresis. The moving particles had a higher protein and cholesterol content and a smaller diameter than the particles which remained at the origin. It has also been shown that the major part of the labeled lymph lipids were transported by the smaller particles.

Keywords

Cellulose Acetate Intestinal Lymph Exogenous Lipid Electrophoretic Moving Cellulose Acetate Electrophoresis 
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© American Oil Chemists’ Society 1972

Authors and Affiliations

  • Micheline Boquillon
    • 1
  • Roger Paris
    • 1
  • Jacqueline Clement
    • 1
  1. 1.Laboratoire de Physiologie Animale et de la NutritionU.E.R. Nutrition21-DijonFrance

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