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Lipoproteins I and II
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Is free cholesterol transported by blood proteins?
Albumin transport what type of lipids?
free fatty acids, non-covalently bound in its hydrophobic pockets , and bilirubin
What are the components to a lipoprotein from the superficial layer to inside?
Most outer Layer: Apoproteins
Within the phospholipid monolayer: phosphatidylcholine and some free cholesterol
Inner core: TAGS and CE
What are the orders of lipoprotein from biggest to largest?
Low density lipoproteins and are known as pre- B-lipoprotein
Intermediate Density lipoproteins
low density lipoproteins known as B-lipoprotein
Ultra centrifugation is used to separate lipoproteins according to what?
their size and density
Electrophoresis is used for separation of serum proteins by
alpha -globulins and b- globulins, and by overall charge of their apoliproteins
Why do chylomicrons stay at the origin in a electrophoresis?
Because they have a phosphatidylcholine that has no overall charge
What type of lipoproteins lead to " high triacylglycerols in the blood "
This would be chylomicrons and VLDL that have TAGS found inside of them.
Are CM found in the blood during fasting?
No , they are found after a big meal
The normal fasting of TAGS are what numeric number?
100-150 mg/dl and are mostly found in VLDL
Where are CM found?
In the intestinal mucosal cells
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