1964 年 16 巻 6 号 p. 554-563
Rats were fed on several fat diets, and fats and fatty acids in serum were analysed.
When rats were fed on high-fat diets, large amounts of diglycerides, monoglycerides and fatty acids were absorbed. The absorption was largest when olive oil and linseed oil were fed and was least by depot fat of rats.
From above results it was suggested that the greatest incerase in absorption would be observed by simple saturated?triglycerides feeding and little change by mixed 2-unsaturated-1-saturated trigly-cerides feeding.