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Introduction Milk fat is a valuable component of human diet with health benefits. The fatty acids contained in milk fat play an important biological role ( 2 , 29 ). Short-chain saturated fatty acids, including butyric acid (C 4:0), are considered potential inhibitors of tumour cell growth. Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) present in milk fat exhibits antioxidant and immunomodulating effects in the human body, and furthermore has documented antiatherogenic and anticarcinogenic activity. From polyunsaturated acids, mainly linoleic acid (LA n-6) and linolenic acid

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