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Intracelluläre Lokalisation von Fettsubstanzen bei experimenteller Leberverfettung

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The intracellular localization of lipids in the rat liver cells has been studied. Fatty degeneration of liver was developed by yellow phosphorus, carbon tetrachloride, ethionine, rare earths, infection, β-diethylaminoethylphenyldiallylacetate (CFT 1201) and a special diet.

In general fatty degeneration has been combined with an increased concentration of lipids in the microsomal fraction. Certain experimental conditions (CFT 1201, rare earths) also produce a high lipide content in the mitochondria.

The significance of these results is discussed.

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Neubert, D., Hoffmeister, I. Intracelluläre Lokalisation von Fettsubstanzen bei experimenteller Leberverfettung. Naunyn - Schmiedebergs Arch 237, 519–537 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00249203

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