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- Hipler, Uta-Christina, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Clinical nutrition 2014 v.33 no.6 pp. 1010-1016
- atopic dermatitis; blood lipids; ceramides; cross-over studies; lipoproteins; milk fat; patients; phospholipids; placebos; protein metabolism; sphingomyelins; whole milk
- ... Reduced epidermal ceramide content may lead to an impaired skin barrier in atopic dermatitis. Plasma concentration of the ceramide precursor sphingomyelin increases after milk-fat consumption due to affected lipoprotein metabolism, although sphingomyelin, a main component of milk phospholipids, might also directly influence plasma sphingomyelin levels. The aim was to determine whether supplementat ...