THE JOURNAL OF VITAMINOLOGY
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EFFECTS OF VITAMIN B6 AND SAFFLOWER OIL ON DIETARILY INDUCED HYPERLIPEMIA AND FAT IN THE LIVER OF RATS
KOZO YAMADAFUMIO KUZUYATSUTOMU YOKOYAMATSUYOSHI OGURIYASUZUMI OKURANOBORU YOSHIMINESHOICHI MIZUNOKEIKO KUNOMICHIHIRO KITAGAWA
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1965 Volume 11 Issue 3 Pages 215-219

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1. Pyridoxine, thiamine tetrahydroxyfurfuryl disulfide and tocopherol were found to reduce hypercholesterolemia dietarily induced in rats.
2. Safflower oil also suppressed in some degree hypercholesterolemia but its action was enhanced by the combined use of pyridoxine.
3. Although administration of safflower oil enhanced fat deposition in the liver, it was reduced in some degree by the combined use of pyridoxine.

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