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Effect of dietary alpha-linolenic acid on thrombotic risk factors in vegetarian men.

Li D, Sinclair A, Wilson A, Nakkote S, Kelly F, Abedin L, Mann N, Turner A.

Am J Clin Nutr. 1999 May;69(5):872-82.

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Does vegetable oil attenuate the beneficial effects of fish oil in reducing risk factors for cardiovascular disease?

Hwang DH, Chanmugam PS, Ryan DH, Boudreau MD, Windhauser MM, Tulley RT, Brooks ER, Bray GA.

Am J Clin Nutr. 1997 Jul;66(1):89-96.

PMID:
9209174
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Short-term supplementation of low-dose gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), or GLA plus ALA does not augment LCP omega 3 status of Dutch vegans to an appreciable extent.

Fokkema MR, Brouwer DA, Hasperhoven MB, Martini IA, Muskiet FA.

Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 2000 Nov;63(5):287-92.

PMID:
11090255
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Effects of dietary alpha-linolenic acid from blended oils on biochemical indices of coronary heart disease in Indians.

Ghafoorunissa, Vani A, Laxmi R, Sesikeran B.

Lipids. 2002 Nov;37(11):1077-86.

PMID:
12558058
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Dietary alpha-linolenic acid reduces inflammatory and lipid cardiovascular risk factors in hypercholesterolemic men and women.

Zhao G, Etherton TD, Martin KR, West SG, Gillies PJ, Kris-Etherton PM.

J Nutr. 2004 Nov;134(11):2991-7.

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Effect of dietary (n--3) fatty acids on platelet function and lipid metabolism in rats.

Nord√ły A, Davenas E, Ciavatti M, Renaud S.

Biochim Biophys Acta. 1985 Jul 31;835(3):491-500.

PMID:
2861854
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Hematological and lipid changes in newborn piglets fed milk replacer diets containing vegetable oils with different levels of n-3 fatty acids.

Kramer JK, Sauer FD, Farnworth ER, Wolynetz MS, Jones G, Rock GA.

Lipids. 1994 Dec;29(12):859-68.

PMID:
7854012
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The effect of short-term diets rich in fish, red meat, or white meat on thromboxane and prostacyclin synthesis in humans.

Mann N, Sinclair A, Pille M, Johnson L, Warrick G, Reder E, Lorenz R.

Lipids. 1997 Jun;32(6):635-44.

PMID:
9208393
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Moderate fish-oil supplementation reverses low-platelet, long-chain n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid status and reduces plasma triacylglycerol concentrations in British Indo-Asians.

Lovegrove JA, Lovegrove SS, Lesauvage SV, Brady LM, Saini N, Minihane AM, Williams CM.

Am J Clin Nutr. 2004 Jun;79(6):974-82.

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Colon cancer prevention with a small amount of dietary perilla oil high in alpha-linolenic acid in an animal model.

Narisawa T, Fukaura Y, Yazawa K, Ishikawa C, Isoda Y, Nishizawa Y.

Cancer. 1994 Apr 15;73(8):2069-75.

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Dietary alpha-linolenic acid alters tissue fatty acid composition, but not blood lipids, lipoproteins or coagulation status in humans.

Kelley DS, Nelson GJ, Love JE, Branch LB, Taylor PC, Schmidt PC, Mackey BE, Iacono JM.

Lipids. 1993 Jun;28(6):533-7.

PMID:
8102770
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Lack of effect of foods enriched with plant- or marine-derived n-3 fatty acids on human immune function.

Kew S, Banerjee T, Minihane AM, Finnegan YE, Muggli R, Albers R, Williams CM, Calder PC.

Am J Clin Nutr. 2003 May;77(5):1287-95.

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alpha-Linolenic, eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids affect lipid metabolism differently in rats.

Ikeda I, Wakamatsu K, Inayoshi A, Imaizumi K, Sugano M, Yazawa K.

J Nutr. 1994 Oct;124(10):1898-906.

PMID:
7931698
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