Orally administered sphingomyelin in bovine milk is incorporated into skin sphingolipids and is involved in the water-holding capacity of hairless mice

Yuko Haruta-Ono, Shuichi Setoguchi, Hiroshi M. Ueno, Satoshi Higurashi, Noriko Ueda, Ken Kato, Tadao Saito, Kazuhisa Matsunaga, Jiro Takata

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