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Effect of almond oil on lipase activity and fat content of liver in experimental hyperlipemia rats

ZHAO Wei-min,HOU Tian-de,ZHANG Ji,CHENG Fang,LI Fang-cheng,JIA Ling-yun(College of Life Science,Northwest Normal University,Lanzhou 730070,Gansu,China)  
Using hyperlipmia model rats as the experimental animal,the effect of almond oil on 3 doses of almond oil groups(0.5 mL,1 mL,1.5 mL),hyperlipemia group(HG) and control group(CG) is investigated.The results show that the lipase(LA),lipoprotein lipase(LPL),hepatic lipase(HL) activits of liver in high dose of almond oil group(HDG) and middle dose of almond oil group(MDG) are obviously higher than that in hyperlipemia group(P0.01 or P0.05),the LA,HL activity of liver in low dose of almond oil group(LDG) are obviously higher than that in hyperlipemia group(P0.05),the fat content of liver in high dose of almond oil group and middle dose of almond oil group are obviously lower than hyperlipemia group(P0.01).Therefore,the almond oil could increase lipase activity of liver and prevent and improve fatty liver in experimental hyperlipemia rat.
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