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Absorption of chlorogenic acid in rats


, : Absorption of chlorogenic acid in rats. Zeitschrift fur Ernahrungswissenschaft 13(3): 108-112

Absorption of chlorogenic acid, present in many foods and beverages of vegetable origin, was tested in 4 trials with Wistar rats weighing, on average, 250 g and given the dry food Altromin and water freely. In the first trial a bile duct fistula was used and 80 mg acid was given by vein; the rats were bled 5 or 30 min later. In the second, also with cannulation of the bile duct, chlorogenic acid was introduced into the small intestine and the rats were bled after 30 or 60 min.

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