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Figure 2

From: Relationship between central and peripheral fatty acids in humans

Figure 2

Relationship between peripheral and central SFA and MUFA. (A) A significant inverse association was observed between whole blood and CSF oleic acid (P = 0.026, n = 28). (B) A significant inverse association was observed between whole blood oleic acid and the CSF stearic: oleic acid ratio (P = 0.002, n = 28) (C) A significant positive association was observed between whole blood oleic and CSF stearic acid (P = 0.004, n = 28). (D) A significant inverse association was observed between CSF stearic and oleic acid (P = 0.000, n = 28). Comparisons were made using multiple linear regression controlling for age.

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