publication . Article . Other literature type . 1982

Fat absorption in germ-free and conventional rats artificially deprived of bile secretion.

Demarne, Y.; Corring, T.; Pihet, A.; Sacquet, E.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1982
Abstract
Bile duct ligation was performed in germ-free and conventional rats in order to study the effects of bile deprivation on the absorption of dietary lipids and the excretion of faecal lipids in the presence or the absence of gastrointestinal flora. The main consequence of bile duct ligation in conventional rats was decrease of about 50% in the apparent absorption of dietary lipids (peanut oil). In germ-free rats, absorption decreased by only about 25%.In conventional as well as in germ-free controls, faecal lipids were mainly excreted as compounds directly soluble in organic solvents that is, free fatty acids, triglycerides, partial glycerides, cholesterol, choles...
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free text keywords: lipide, animal axénique, Research Article, RAT, absorption, sécrétion biliaire, animal holoxénique
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 1982

Fat absorption in germ-free and conventional rats artificially deprived of bile secretion.

Demarne, Y.; Corring, T.; Pihet, A.; Sacquet, E.;