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The central histaminergic system (including histamine and its H 1 receptor) has been implicated in the regulation of food intake. These studies were designed to examine both gender and dietary effects on bioperiodicity of histamine receptors (H 1 ) in the central nervous system of rats. Groups of...
The aim of the study was to examine effects of feeding diets containing different oils and antioxidant vitamins supplementation on the fatty acid composition of hepatic microsomal phospholipids in the rat. Forty-eight male Sprague Dawley rats were fed for 20 days diets containing 15% corn, olive,...
Male weanling BHE/cdb rats were fed either a whole-egg diet, a control diet, or a control diet that matched either the arginine or cholesterol content of the whole-egg diet. Glucose tolerance, renal function, cholesterol status, and urea cycle activity was assessed at 250 days of age. Neither the...