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Zusammenfassung

Die Fette werden im Magen-Darm-Trakt keineswegs völlig zu den freien Fettsäuren und Glycerin aufgespalten. Man findet im Darm ein Gemisch von 25–66% unveränderten Triglyceriden, 13–45% Diglyceriden und 4–13% Monoglyceriden neben relativ wenig freien Fettsäuren und Glycerin. Da die Lipase aus den Triglyceriden bevorzugt die äußeren Fettsäuren abspaltet, entstehen bei ihrer Einwirkung der Reihe nach 1,2-Diglyceride und 2-Monoglyceride.

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