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Observations on feeding pigs on a low-fat diet with and without supplementary tocopherol
British Journal of Nutrition
The objects of this investigation were twofold, first, to investigate the possible effects of dietary tocopherol on composition of depot and liver fat in pigs, and secondly, to attempt to induce clinically recognizable signs of tocopherol deficiency by the prolonged feeding of a tocopherol-deficient diet. Bratzler, Loosli, Krukovsky & Maynard (1950) reported that supplementing a fatdeficient, tocopherol-deficient ration with mixed tocopherols led to the formation of depot fat containing moredoi:10.1079/bjn19580013 pmid:13523107 fatcat:7jignlvhw5e3zn233bpx5yry4q