The relationship of dietary fatty acids and the cholesterol levels found in serum and liver is, and has been, under study by many investigators. The relationships involved are undoubtedly intricate and more complex than most investigators seem to imply. Although Jones et al. imply a close relationship between rats and man in dietary requirements and habits, it is good to keep in mind differences that are intrinsic to both man and experimental animals. Effects produced on experimental animals and those produced upon man in dietary studies in some cases may be vastly different. With this in mind, an attempt will be made throughout the following paper to limit discussion to results found through work with experimental animals.
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Janssen, Erwin T.
"Effects of Dietary Free C18 Saturated and Unsaturated Fatty Acids and DL-Methionine Choline Chloride Mixture on Plasma Cholesterol of the Male Albino Rat,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 65(1), 234-240.
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