Progress in Lipid Research, Volume 18 focuses on the advancements of processes, methodologies, and approaches involved in lipid research.
The selection first elaborates on lipid composition of marine and estuarine invertebrates; role of acylcoenzyme A: cholesterol O-acyltransferase in cholesterol metabolism; and synthesis of acyl lipids in plant tissues. Discussions focus on fatty acid synthesis, turnover of complex lipids, arterial wall and atherosclerosis, cholesteryl ester metabolism, and solubilization. The text then examines the effects of ethanol ingestion on lipid metabolism, including fatty acid oxidation and ketogenesis, lipid peroxidation, plasma triacylglycerols and lipoproteins, phospholipid metabolism, and cholesterol and bile acids.
The publication takes a look at lipid metabolism in liver and selected tissues and in the whole body of ruminant animals and the effect of caval shunts on lipid metabolism. Topics include adaptation and regulation of lipid metabolism in the whole animal, lipid metabolism in specific tissues, and the effects of caval shunts on tissue lipids. The text also ponders on lipid metabolism in the neonatal ruminant, as well as transfer of lipids across the placenta, maternal contribution to fetal lipid requirements, and placental lipid metabolism.
The selection is a dependable source of data for readers interested in lipid research.
Some of the Articles to be Published in Future Volumes
Lipid Composition of Marine and Estuarine Invertebrates: Porifera and Cnidaria
Role of Acylcoenzyme A: Cholesterol O-Acyltransferase in Cholesterol Metabolism
The Synthesis of Acyl Lipids in Plant Tissues
The Effects of Ethanol Ingestion on Lipid Metabolism
Lipid Metabolism in Liver and Selected Tissues and in the Whole Body of Ruminant Animals
Effect of Caval Shunts on Lipid Metabolism
Lipid Metabolism in the Neonatal Ruminant
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- 29th October 1981
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