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- Appel, Marko J., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Nutrition and cancer 2003 v.47 no.1 pp. 57-61
- Carthamus tinctorius; azaserine; body weight; carcinogenesis; erythrocytes; fish oils; genotoxicity; high fat diet; low fat diet; pancreas; rats; sunflower oil; vegetable oil
- ... The present study was performed to investigate the influence of fish oil on the genotoxic effects of azaserine, using the formation of micronucleated erythrocytes as a measure for the degree of initiating potency and the number and size of putative preneoplastic pancreatic atypical acinar cell foci (AACF) as a measure for the actual number of initiated cells. Male Wistar rats were treated twice i. ...
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- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2009 v.57 no.18 pp. 8474–8479
- methodology; measurement; metabolizable energy; measuring devices; resistant starch; corn starch; amylose; rats; animal models; experimental diets; in vitro digestion; metabolic studies
- ... Energy values of high amylose corn starches high in resistant starch (RS) were determined in vivo by two different methodologies. In one study, energy values were determined according to growth relative to glucose-based diets in rats fed diets containing RS2, heat-treated RS2 (RS2−HT), RS3, and amylase predigested versions to isolate the RS component. Net metabolizable energy values ranged from 2. ...