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E.R. Grela, S. Sobolewska and T. Roziński

-43. Nowak A, Klimowicz A, Bielecka-Grzela S, Piechota M (2012) Inulina - cenny składnik żywieniowy. Roczniki Pomorskiej Akademii Medycznej w Szczecinie 58: 62-65. Otten W, Wirth C, Iaizzo PA, Eichinger HM (1993) A high omega 3 fatty acid diet alters fatty acid composition of heart, liver, kidney, adipose tissue and skeletal muscle in swine. Ann Nutr Metab 37: 134-141. Parunović N, Petrović M, Matekalo-Sverak V, Trbović D, Mijatović M, Radović Cˇ (2012) Fatty acid profile and cholesterol content of M. longissimus of free-range and

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Maria Markiewicz-Kęszycka, Grażyna Czyżak-Runowska, Paulina Lipińska and Jacek Wójtowski

., Horbańczuk J.O.: The effect of feeding linseed cake on milk yield and fatty acid profile in goats. Anim Sci Pap Rep 2010, 28 , 245-251. 13. Jóźwik A., Bagnicka E, Strzałkowska N., Śliwa-Jóźwik A., Horbańczuk K., Cooper R.G., Pyzel B., Krzyżewski J., Świergiel A.H., Horbańczuk J.O.: The oxidative status of milking goats after per os administration of Nacetylcysteine. Anim Sci Pap Rep 2010, 28 , 143-152. 14. Jóźwik A., Strzałkowska N., Bagnicka E., Grzybek W., Krzyżewski J., Poławska E., Kołątaj A., Horbańczuk J.O.: Relationship between

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Joanna Tkaczewska, Piotr Kulawik and Władysław Migdał

quality in farmed cod (Gadus morhua L.). Aquac. Res., 34: 55-64. Çelik M., Diler A., Kujukgulmez A. (2005). A comparison of the proximate compositions and fatty acid profiles of zander (Sander lucioperca) from two different regions and climatic conditions. Food Chem., 92: 637-641. Chytiri S., Chouliara I., Savvaidis I., Kontominas M. (2004). Microbiological. chemi­cal and sensory assessment of iced whole and filleted aquacultured rainbow trout. Food Microbiol., 21: 157-165. Ciereszko A., Ocalewicz K. (2007). A Time for

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Sylwia Orczewska-Dudek, Mariusz Pietras and Joanna Nowak

quality traits in the quail. Anim. Sci. Pap. Rep., 31: 355-362. Jankowski J., Zduńczyk Z., Mikulski D., Juśkiewicz J., Naczmański J., Pomia- nowski J.F., Zduńczyk P. (2012). Fatty acid profile, oxidative stability, and sensory properties of breast meat from turkeys fed diets withadifferent n-6/n-3 PUFAratio. Eur. J. Lipid Sci. Technol., 114: 1025-1035. Juśkiewicz J., Jankowski J., Zduńczyk Z., Kołodziejczyk K., Mikulski D., Zduńczyk P. (2015). The chemical composition of selected dried fruit pomaces and their effects on the growth

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Magdalena Franczyk-Żarów, Beata Szymczyk and Renata B. Kostogrys

naturally enriched with conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) on the blood lipid profile, development of atherosclerosis and composition of atherosclerotic plaque in apolipoprotein E and low density lipoprotein receptor double knockout mice (apoE/LDLR -/- ). Br. J. Nutr., 99: 49–58. Franczyk-Żarów M., Koronowicz A, Szymczyk B., Bieżanowska-Kopeć R., Leszczyńska T. (2017). Effect of dietary conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and thermal processing on fatty acid composition of enriched chicken meat. J. Anim. Feed Sci., 26: 236–246. Fuller N.R., Caterson I.D., Sainsbury A

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L. Kouřimská, E. Vondráčková, M. Fantová, P. Nový, L. Nohejlová and K. Michnová

health implications. Marcel Dekker, New York. Czauderna M, Kowalczyk J, Michalski JP (2010): Effect of a protein level in the diet on fatty acid profile in goat milk. Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences, 19, 211-217. Donovan DC, Schingoethe DJ, Baer RJ, Ryali J, Hippen AR, Franklin ST (2000): Influence of dietary fish oil on conjugated linoleic acid and other fatty acids in milk fat from lactating dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science, 83, 2620-2628. doi: 10.3168/jds.S0022-0302(00)75155-1. Doreau M, Chilliard Y (1997

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Joanna Łuczyńska, Beata Paszczyk, Zbigniew Borejszo and Łukasz Tarkowski

and marine fishes from Turkey based on their fatty acid profiles. J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc., 2009, 86, 235-246. Givens D.I., Gibbs R.A., Very long chain n -3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in the food chain in the UK and the potential of animal-derived foods to increase intake. Nutr. Bull., 2006, 31, 104-110. Grela E.R., Dudek R., Nutrients contents and fatty acid profile in muscle tissue of some marine and freshwater fish. Żyw. Człow. Metab., 2007, 34, 561-565 (in Polish; English abstract

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Ioana Tiuca, Katalin Nagy and Radu Oprean

References 1. Nishi SK, Kendall CWC, Bazinet RP, Bashyam B, Ireland C, Augustin LS, et al. Nut consumption, serum fatty acid profile and estimated coronary heart disease risk in type 2 diabetes. Nutr Metab Cardiovasc Dis. 2014 Aug;24(8):845–52. DOI: 10.1016/j.numecd.2014.04.001 2. Taha AY, Cheon Y, Ma K, Rapoport SI, Rao JS. Altered fatty acid concentrations in prefrontal cortex of schizophrenic patients. J Psychiatr Res 2013 May;47(5):636–43. DOI: 10.1016/j.jpsychires.2013.01.016 3. Johnson M, Månsson JE, Ostlund S, Fransson G, Areskoug B

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Yuliya I. Ragino, Viktoriya S. Shramko, Ekaterina M. Stakhneva, Elena I. Chernyak, Sergey V. Morozov, Elena V. Shakhtshneider, Yana V. Polonskaya, Liliia V. Shcherbakova and Alexander M. Chernyavskiy

Introduction There is significant interest in the problem of lipid accumulation in the arterial wall in atherosclerosis. However, some aspects concerning both the mechanisms of atherosclerotic lesions of arterial vessels and the causes of dyslipidemia remain unclear. Studies that are intended to reveal the role of fatty acids (FAs) in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis have been growing in number, and priority is given to the separate contribution of every FA instead of the whole set of FAs ( 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 ). FAs are believed to play a dual

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Krzysztof Szkucik, Monika Ziomek, Waldemar Paszkiewicz, Łukasz Drozd, Michał Gondek and Przemysław Knysz

composition of snail meat and its lipid profile are the snail genus, its collection site, and the manner of processing this meat for human consumption. Concerning Helix pomatia , UFA make up 63.7% of total fatty acids, in that 19.65% are MUFA and 25.83% PUFA. The fatty acid profile in Cornu genus snail meat is closely associated with the snail farming system and feeding regimen. The fat of free-living Cornu snails contains around 55.04% of UFA, in that 20.66% are MUFA and 34.38% are PUFA ( 5 ). However, the fat of farmed Cornu snails shows a higher level of UFA as