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“…IN the period from 1955-1957, the experimental elevation of either the plasma phosphatide or triglyceride of the laboratory animal was observed [1][2][3][4][5] to induce a hypercholesteremic state. Previous to these findings, we, like most investigators in this field, considered the plasma excess of phosphatide, triglyceride, or both in various hypercholesteremic states as secondary to or compensator for an initial derangement in cholesterol metabolism.…”
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“…IN the period from 1955-1957, the experimental elevation of either the plasma phosphatide or triglyceride of the laboratory animal was observed [1][2][3][4][5] to induce a hypercholesteremic state. Previous to these findings, we, like most investigators in this field, considered the plasma excess of phosphatide, triglyceride, or both in various hypercholesteremic states as secondary to or compensator for an initial derangement in cholesterol metabolism.…”
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“…D'autres auteurs ont observé au contraire, à la suite de l'admi nistration de fractions phospholipidiques analogues, une action hvpercholestérolisante (Swell et al, 1955;Byers et Friedman, 1956;Friedman et Byers, 1957), ou ils n'ont constaté aucune variation signi ficative du cholestérol (Spigai, 1965). Ces résultats contrastants sont dûs au fait que probablement les auteurs cités ont effectué leurs observations par une méthode «statique», ne saisissant qu'un mo ment particulier de l'effet provoqué par l'administration de l'extrait lipidique.…”
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