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This dimer has been isolated from whale-liver oil and some investigators have suggested that, in this species, the kitol could serve as a storage form of the vitamin. However, whether the kitol found in the whale liver was produced enzymatically or was consumed by the whale as a contaminant of its food supply has not been determined. In any event, for most species, vitamin A is stored in the liver not as a kitol but as an ester with a fatty acid (usually palmitate) in a lipid-protein complex. Retinal, the aldehyde, combines with various amines to form Schiff bases.
G. Hypervitaminosis A Because the vitamin is stored in the liver, it is possible to develop a toxic condition when very high (10 times normal intake) levels of the vitamin are consumed. As early as 1934, reports appeared in the literature of vitamin A intoxication in humans, rats, and chicks. In chicks, the most obvious clinical signs are a reduced growth rate, an encrustation of the eyelids, and a reddening of the corners of the mouth. In rats, bone fractures are observed. These bone fractures may be related to the unusual brittleness of the bone in hypervitaminosis.
As described earlier, CRBP II is the retinol binding protein found in the mucosal cells of the small intestine. The presence of these binding proteins in different tissues is highly variable. Shown in Table 4 are the features and functions of these binding proteins. While the bulk transport of the various vitamers A occurs via the chylomicrons which are released into the lymph, there seems to be no specific protein within the chylomicron that has a special affinity for this vitamin. However, once the chylomicron remnants (the remains of the chylomicrons which have lost some of their lipids to the muscle and the adipose tissue) are taken up by the liver, the special binding proteins have their effects.