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“…Whole-blood PUFA levels The acutely malnourished children in the current study had considerably lower total PUFA, n-6 and n-3 PUFA, and AA and DHA compared with a population of rural Cambodian infants (49) living in an environment with limited dietary resources (51) and vulnerable to stunting and wasting (52) , respectively. The whole-blood ALA assessed in the present study children diagnosed with acute malnutrition was similar to what was reported in children with MAM from Burkina Faso (0•2 % FA) (16) , while a study in Ugandan children with a more severe stage of SAM found even lower ALA (0•15 % FA) as well as lower LA (10•5 v. 13•2 % FA in the present study) (18) . We found relatively low MA (0•08 % FA) compared with well-nourished Ugandan children (0•10 % FA), which was unexpected, since the Ugandan children with SAM had higher whole-blood MA (0•12 % FA) (18) .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 88%
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“…Whole-blood PUFA levels The acutely malnourished children in the current study had considerably lower total PUFA, n-6 and n-3 PUFA, and AA and DHA compared with a population of rural Cambodian infants (49) living in an environment with limited dietary resources (51) and vulnerable to stunting and wasting (52) , respectively. The whole-blood ALA assessed in the present study children diagnosed with acute malnutrition was similar to what was reported in children with MAM from Burkina Faso (0•2 % FA) (16) , while a study in Ugandan children with a more severe stage of SAM found even lower ALA (0•15 % FA) as well as lower LA (10•5 v. 13•2 % FA in the present study) (18) . We found relatively low MA (0•08 % FA) compared with well-nourished Ugandan children (0•10 % FA), which was unexpected, since the Ugandan children with SAM had higher whole-blood MA (0•12 % FA) (18) .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 88%
“…The whole-blood ALA assessed in the present study children diagnosed with acute malnutrition was similar to what was reported in children with MAM from Burkina Faso (0•2 % FA) (16) , while a study in Ugandan children with a more severe stage of SAM found even lower ALA (0•15 % FA) as well as lower LA (10•5 v. 13•2 % FA in the present study) (18) . We found relatively low MA (0•08 % FA) compared with well-nourished Ugandan children (0•10 % FA), which was unexpected, since the Ugandan children with SAM had higher whole-blood MA (0•12 % FA) (18) . Our results are in line with the MAM study in Burkina Faso with regard to the essential fatty acid deficiency markers of MA:AA, n-6 DPA:DHA and n-6:n-3 PUFA (16) .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 88%
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“…It has been reported that HIV infection leads to lipid dysregulation (24)(25)(26), and we and others have reported that lipid metabolism was altered or dysregulated in HIV-infected primary CD4 + T cells as well as in intestinal tissues from individuals with early HIV infection (27)(28)(29). Interestingly, aberrant fatty acid metabolism is associated with immune dysregulation and nutritional complications in HIV patients with advanced disease (30)(31)(32). However, linkage between the changes in the fatty acid metabolism encompassing ACSS2 expression and HIV transcription and latency during the course of HIV disease has not been well investigated.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 83%
“…This fatty acids profile was similar to the Portuguese (Barros et al, 2010;Oliveira et al, 2011a) and Spanish (Morales et al, 2013) strawberry-tree fruits profile. α-Linolenic acid and linoleic acid are essential fatty acids for human body and must be supplied by diet (Voortman et al, 2015), to fulfil essential human functions, including maintenance of the skin water barrier, optimal brain function, regulation of the immune system and reproduction (Babirekere-Iriso et al, 2016) and a number of studies, specifically, demonstrate that high intakes of PUFA of both the ω3 and ω6 series are protective against cardiovascular diseases (Dunbar et al, 2014;Machado et al, 2012;Marangoni et al, 2014;Siegel and Ermilov, 2012). From this point of view, strawberry-tree fruits with a high content of PUFA, low level of SFA, and ω3/ω6 ratio superior to 1, can promote health benefits.…”
Section: Fatty Acids Compositionmentioning
confidence: 99%