Vitamin C and gallstone formation: a preliminary report

Experientia
S A Jenkins

Abstract

Gallstone formation in hypovitaminotic C guinea-pig fed a high cholesterol diet was associated with qualitative changes in the gallbladder bile, namely, a high cholesterol concentration, a lowered bile acid content and diminished phospholipid-to-cholesterol and bile acid-to-cholesterol ratio.

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