In rats fed on a fat diet and injected with a chromatographic thymus fraction, intrahepatic distribution of cholesterol and triglycerides have been studied. The results show that the hematic decrease of these compounds, always observed in previous works, is accompanied by a smaller infiltration in hepatocytes and the lipidic drops are more finely dispersed. These results lead us to suppose that liver is a target organ of the thymus fraction.

Cholesterol and triglycerides of the liver after administration of a chromatographic fraction of thymus: variations in tissue and blood.

MONDOLA, PAOLO;
1979

Abstract

In rats fed on a fat diet and injected with a chromatographic thymus fraction, intrahepatic distribution of cholesterol and triglycerides have been studied. The results show that the hematic decrease of these compounds, always observed in previous works, is accompanied by a smaller infiltration in hepatocytes and the lipidic drops are more finely dispersed. These results lead us to suppose that liver is a target organ of the thymus fraction.
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