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MECHANISM OF ADAPTATION TO A THREONINE-DEFICIENT DIET III. EFFECTS OF FAT INTAKE
ARCTIC AEROMEDICAL LAB FORT WAINWRIGHT ALASKA
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Feeding weanling albino rats a 9 casein diet not supplemented with threonine resulted in a decrease in growth rate, an increase in liver fat concentration, and a decrease in phospholipid concentration of liver fat when compared with control animals. Preliminary evidence is presented to suggest that an increase of fat from 5 to 20 per cent in the diet has little, if any, effect on the biochemical lesions induced by a threonine deficiency. Author
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