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Fish oil and krill oil supplementations differentially regulate lipid catabolic and synthetic pathways in mice

Veronika Tillander1*, Bodil Bjørndal2, Lena Burri24, Pavol Bohov2, Jon Skorve2, Rolf K Berge23 and Stefan EH Alexson1

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1 Division of Clinical Chemistry, Department of Laboratory Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, S-14186, Sweden

2 Department of Clinical Science, University of Bergen, Bergen, N-5020, Norway

3 Department of Heart Disease, Haukeland University Hospital, Bergen, N-5021, Norway

4 Current address: Aker BioMarine Antarctica, Fjordalléen 16, Oslo, NO-0115, Norway

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Nutrition & Metabolism 2014, 11:20  doi:10.1186/1743-7075-11-20

Published: 27 April 2014

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List of primers used in the experiment. SYBR Green primer sequences and Taqman gene expression assays.

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Fatty acid composition of diets. The most abundant fatty acids in the respective diets are shown as % of total fatty acids.

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Fatty acid composition of total plasma lipids. The most abundant fatty acids in plasma are shown as % of total fatty acids.

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Fatty acid composition of liver TAG fraction. The most abundant fatty acids in the liver TAG fraction are shown as % of total fatty acids.

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Fatty acid composition of liver PL fraction. The most abundant fatty acids in the liver PL fraction are shown as % of total fatty acids.

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