Advances in Lipobiology, Volume 1
Elsevier, Sep 24, 1996 - Science - 497 pages
Lipobiology is an interdisciplinary field which incorporates critical aspects of lipid and lipoprotein chemistry into the disciplines of cell biology and physiology. During the last decade, advances in our understanding of the structure and function of lipids, biological membranes and lipid-derived second messengers have underscored the importance of lipids in the regulation of cellular function. This series focuses on salient aspects of the role of lipids in metabolic regulation and cellular activation, with emphasis on emerging concepts and technologies. One goal of this series is to formulate cohesive criteria upon which a foundation for the evaluation of recent work can be based and future directions of research identified.
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CHAPTER 3 A BRANCHED METABOLIC PATHWAY IN ANIMAL CELLS CONVERTS 2MONOACYLGLYCEROL INTO sn1 STEAROYL2AR...
CHAPTER 4 PROPERTIES AND REGULATION OF MAMMALIAN NONPANCREATIC PHOSPHOLIPASE A2 ENZYMES
PAF ACETYLHYDROLASES FROM PLASMA AND TISSUES
CHAPTER 6 BIOSYNTHESIS OF PLASMALOGENS IN MAMMALIAN CELLS AND THEIR ACCELERATED CATABOLISM DURING CELLUL...
Chapter 7 PLASMALOGENS NITROXIDE FREE RADICALS AND ISCHEMIAREPERFUSION INJURY IN THE HEART
CHAPTER 8 PHOSPHOLIPID HYDROLYSIS IN PANCREATIC ISLET BETA CELLS AND THE REGULATION OF INSULIN SECRETION
CHAPTER 9 THE ROLE OF PAF IN REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY
Chapter 10 SPHINGOLIPIDS AS REGULATORS OF CELLULAR GROWTH DIFFERENTIATION and BEHAVIOR
CHAPTER 11 PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE DYNAMICS AND MEMBRANE BIOGENESIS
CHAPTER 12 DIACYLGLYCEROL METABOLISM IN CELLULAR MEMBRANES
CHAPTER 13 PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 4KINASES IN SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE
CHAPTER 14 PHOSPHOINOSITIDE METABOLISM IN MYOCARDIAL TISSUE
CHAPTER 15 ROLE OF ARACHIDONATE IN MONOCYTEMACROPHAGE FUNCTION