Phytosterols protect against diet-induced hypertriglyceridemia in Syrian golden hamsters.

Rideout, Todd C.

Ramprasath, Vanu.

Griffin, John D.

Browne, Richard W.

Harding, Scott V.

Jones, Peter JH.

2014

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  • Background: In addition to lowering LDL-C, emerging data suggests that phytosterols (PS) may reduce blood triglycerides (TG), however, the underlying mechanisms are not known.

    Keywords: Phytosterols, Ezetimibe, Triglycerides, Lipogenesis.

    Springer Open.
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  • Rideout, Todd, Vanu Ramprasath, John D. Griffin, Richard W. Browne, Scott V. Harding, and Peter JH Jones. "Phytosterols protect against diet-induced hypertriglyceridemia in Syrian golden hamsters." Lipids in Health and Disease 13, no. 1 (12, 2014): 1-11.
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