Journal of Lipids / 2017 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Dietary Oxidized Linoleic Acid Modulates Plasma Lipids beyond Triglycerides Metabolism

Figure 1

(a) The difference between the plasma levels of triglyceride in the 4 groups was not significant. (b) The difference between the plasma levels of glucose in plain control (Standard Chow) and control (chow supplemented with linoleic acid) is significant (); glucose also significantly () decreased in higher concentration of OxLA compared to the plain chow. However the low oxidized LA has shown significantly () increased glucose compared to the plain group. (c) Plasma HDL levels increased among all the treated groups; they were however more significant () between the plain and control group and the LA and higher OxLA group (). (d) Higher OxLA plasma LDL levels were significantly () reduced compared to the LA control. Plasma LDL was also greatly reduced in low OxLA compared to the plan and control groups. However the difference was not significant. (e) Total cholesterol plasma levels increased in LA and the low OxLA groups compared to the plain control and higher OxLA groups; however the difference was not significant.

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