Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, December 24th, 2007
"We tested the hypothesis that `Western' and high fat diets differentially cause maladaptation of cardiac- and skeletal-muscle fatty acid oxidation, resulting in cardiac contractile dysfunction. Wistar rats were fed on low fat, `Western' or high fat (10, 45 or 60 % calories from fat respectively) diet for acute (1 day to 1 week), short (4-8 weeks),...
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