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Methionine Cysteine Metabolism - Crossref

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Last Updated: 13 November 2021

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Study of molecular targets influencing homocysteine and cholesterol metabolism in growing rats by manipulation of dietary selenium and methionine concentrations

To elucidate these oppositions, sixty-four weanling albino rats were divided into eight teams of 8, and were fed diet plans including 4 various Se levels either in combination with the suggested Met degree of 3 g/kg or with an increased Met focus of 15 g/kg for 8 weeks. Plasma HCys was twofold higher in the Se-supplemented C groups than in team C15. Liver Chol concentration was dramatically greater in all the Se-supplemented C and M groups than in teams C15 and M15. We conclude that the elevation of plasma HCys in rats by Se and Met arises from a higher export into plasma. The truth that Se specifically incorporated with Met boosts liver Chol yet decreases plasma Chol must be dealt with in future investigations concentrating on the policy of ABCG8, which is uniquely involved in the reverse transportation of phytosterols in the small intestinal tract.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1017/s0007114510000899

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