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Lipid Metabolism
Activation of fatty acids
B-Oxidation
Role of Carnitine
odd chain oxidation
Need to be converted to active intermediate before catabolism…
two carbons cleaved from acyl-CoA (starting at end). Chain br…
Forms with fatty acyl CoA when it's transported out of matrix…
Uses B-oxidation until 3-carbon (propionyl-CoA) residue remai…
Activation of fatty acids
Need to be converted to active intermediate before catabolism…
B-Oxidation
two carbons cleaved from acyl-CoA (starting at end). Chain br…
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Lipid Metabolism
Chyme
Gastric Lipase
Cholecystokinin
Bile
Thick semi liquid material in the stomach, consists of food p…
Enzyme in the stomach that beignets breakdown lipids. This ca…
Hormone that is released upon the arrival of chyme in the sma…
Secreted by the gallbladder, this does not contain any enzyme…
Chyme
Thick semi liquid material in the stomach, consists of food p…
Gastric Lipase
Enzyme in the stomach that beignets breakdown lipids. This ca…
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Lipid Metabolism
Short chain F.A
Emulsification
Long chain F.A
Bile
Absorbed directly into the bloodstream via simple diffusion
Occurs in the duodenum, results in micelle formation
Absorbed as micelles
Created by the liver, stored in the gallbladder
Short chain F.A
Absorbed directly into the bloodstream via simple diffusion
Emulsification
Occurs in the duodenum, results in micelle formation
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Lipid metabolism
lipids
triglycerides
adipose tissue, liver
linoleic acid, linolenic acid
like carbohydrates, may be catabolized to produce ATP
if the body has no immediate need to use lipids for ATP, they…
two structures wherein triglycerides are stored
two essential fatty acids that the body cannot synthesize
lipids
like carbohydrates, may be catabolized to produce ATP
triglycerides
if the body has no immediate need to use lipids for ATP, they…
Lipid Metabolism
Lipid are _____________ which is why t…
Triglycerol
Phospholipid
cholesterol
-not soluble
-primary function is as a reservoir of energy, fats are the m…
-glycerol backbone, two Fa side chain, instead of the third F…
-four rings and one five-membered ring... -hydroxyl group at the…
Lipid are _____________ which is why t…
-not soluble
Triglycerol
-primary function is as a reservoir of energy, fats are the m…
Lipid Metabolism
Where does Fatty acid synthesis occur
_________ hormone stimulates fatty aci…
T/F - Acetyl CoA Carboxylase has a cov…
Name the substrates required by the ac…
cytosolic compartment of cell
Insulin
False. The prosthetic group is called biotin, a vitamin B7 de…
ATP... bicarbonate... acetyl CoA
Where does Fatty acid synthesis occur
cytosolic compartment of cell
_________ hormone stimulates fatty aci…
Insulin
Lipid metabolism
what is the main function of chylomicr…
what is the main function of VLDL?
which lipoproteins are produced in the…
which lipoproteins are produced in the…
to transport dietary lipids in the blood
to transport endogenously synthesized lipids in the blood
chylomicrons and some HDL
VLDL and HDL
what is the main function of chylomicr…
to transport dietary lipids in the blood
what is the main function of VLDL?
to transport endogenously synthesized lipids in the blood
Lipid Metabolism
Adipose Tissue
Triglyceride
Adipocytes
Saturated Fat
Loose connective tissue comprised of adipocytes
Energy storage in plants and animals, comprised of one molecu…
'Fat cells' contain a large fat droplet which storges triglyc…
A fat with single carbon-carbon bonds, can't combine with any…
Adipose Tissue
Loose connective tissue comprised of adipocytes
Triglyceride
Energy storage in plants and animals, comprised of one molecu…
lipids metabolism
Lipases
Fate of fats
Catabolism of triglycerides/lipolysis
Fate of glycerol
Enzymes that break fats and oils down into fatty acids and gl…
*absorbed as triglyceride
Triacylglycerols are hydrolized to form glycerol and the corr…
The Glycerol released from TAG is uptaken from the blood and…
Lipases
Enzymes that break fats and oils down into fatty acids and gl…
Fate of fats
*absorbed as triglyceride
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Lipid Metabolism
Triacylglycerols
Fat fuels
Steps of degradation of triacylglycerols
What triggers triacylglycerol mobiliza…
Stored in adipocyte in the form of lipid droplets surrounded…
Good for endurance (fasting/starvation)
1.) Activation of hormone sensitive lipase and lipases in adi…
Hormonal signals
Triacylglycerols
Stored in adipocyte in the form of lipid droplets surrounded…
Fat fuels
Good for endurance (fasting/starvation)
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Lipid Metabolism
Cell Membrane Components
Triglycerides
Lipid Breakdown Products
Lipid Synthesis Products
Phospholipid ... Glycolipid ... Cholesterol
90% diet lipids ... Major energy store... Hydrophobic
ATP... NADPH
ADP... HPO4... NADP... Complex metabolites
Cell Membrane Components
Phospholipid ... Glycolipid ... Cholesterol
Triglycerides
90% diet lipids ... Major energy store... Hydrophobic
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Lipid Metabolism
Be able to describe the digestion, abs…
Know the general composition and struc…
Know that fatty acids are removed from…
Know the net reaction for a round of β…
Bile salts emulsify dietary fats in the small intestine to ge…
Highly hydrophobic core of triacylglycerols and cholesterol e…
Fatty acyl-CoA synthetase: fatty acids are linked to CoA via…
Each round of β-oxidation removes two carbons (as acetyl-CoA)…
Be able to describe the digestion, abs…
Bile salts emulsify dietary fats in the small intestine to ge…
Know the general composition and struc…
Highly hydrophobic core of triacylglycerols and cholesterol e…
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Lipid Metabolism
enterocytes
bile acids
Lipid digestion
fatty acid
intestinal absorption cells
amphipathic molecules synthesized in liver from cholesterol/s…
lipid droplets (big) + bile acids -> emulsion droplets + lipa…
enterocytes
intestinal absorption cells
bile acids
amphipathic molecules synthesized in liver from cholesterol/s…
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Lipid metabolism
triglyceride synthesis starting materi…
phospholipid synthesis starting materi…
nucleotides in phospholipid synthesis
direct/indirect source of de novo etha…
dihydroxyacetone phosphate (DHAP), then glycerol
ethanolamine, choline (separate reactions)... ↓... ↓... ↓... diacylglycerol
ATP, CTP
serine
triglyceride synthesis starting materi…
dihydroxyacetone phosphate (DHAP), then glycerol
phospholipid synthesis starting materi…
ethanolamine, choline (separate reactions)... ↓... ↓... ↓... diacylglycerol
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Lipid Metabolism
Acetyl CoA Carboxylase Deficiency
Fatty Acid Elongation in________
Ketoacidosis
Medium Chain Acyl CoA Dehydrogenase De…
-The surface of the cells that forms the alveoli are coated w…
endomplasmic reticulum
-Fatty acid release from adipose tissue and ketone synthesis…
-Acyl CoA Dehydrogenase catalyzes 1st step in fatty acid oxid…
Acetyl CoA Carboxylase Deficiency
-The surface of the cells that forms the alveoli are coated w…
Fatty Acid Elongation in________
endomplasmic reticulum
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Lipid Metabolism
Saturated fatty acids (definition)
Monounsaturated fatty acids (definition)
Most unsaturated fatty acids double bo…
Alpha carbon:
- 0 double bonds... - Increased fluidity of the membrane ... - Soli…
- 1 double bond... - Reduces fluidity of the membrane ... - Liquid…
- Cis ... --> H's on the same side ... - Provides kink in structure…
- First carbon following the carboxyl carbon
Saturated fatty acids (definition)
- 0 double bonds... - Increased fluidity of the membrane ... - Soli…
Monounsaturated fatty acids (definition)
- 1 double bond... - Reduces fluidity of the membrane ... - Liquid…
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lipid metabolism
Lipid Digestion overview
Lipid Mobilization in Adipose Tissue.
Glycerol Is Converted to Glycolysis or…
Fatty acid activation
Most dietary lipids are ingested as triacylglycerol compounds…
In adipose tissue, the hydrolysis of stored triacylglycerol m…
The glycerol that is released from adipose tissue is taken up…
carried in blood from adipose tissues in association with alb…
Lipid Digestion overview
Most dietary lipids are ingested as triacylglycerol compounds…
Lipid Mobilization in Adipose Tissue.
In adipose tissue, the hydrolysis of stored triacylglycerol m…
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Lipid Metabolism
16 carbon chain FA
18 carbon chain FA
FA: Acetyl-coA Carboxylase
FA: Regulation of Acetyl CoA Carboxylase
Palmitic acid... Hexadecanoic acid
Stearic acid... Octadecanoic acid
2 partial reactions. ... Biotin carboxylase: ATP + CO2 + BCCP --…
Acute (Citrate, Phsphorylation, acyl-CoAs)... Chronic (Gene expr…
16 carbon chain FA
Palmitic acid... Hexadecanoic acid
18 carbon chain FA
Stearic acid... Octadecanoic acid
Lipid Metabolism
Function of S-adenosyl Methionine
Cardiolipin function
Dipalmitoylphosphotidylcholine function
PLA₂ cleavage site
Transfer of H⁺ groups
- maintains complexes for electron transfer in inner mitochon…
- major component of Surfactant... - if ratio of DPPC:Sphingomye…
- cleaves off Fatty Acid at Carbon #2
Function of S-adenosyl Methionine
Transfer of H⁺ groups
Cardiolipin function
- maintains complexes for electron transfer in inner mitochon…
Lipid Metabolism
Fatty Acid (14:0)
Fatty Acid (16:0)
Fatty Acid (18:0)
Fatty Acid (18:1)
Myristic Acid
Palmitric Acid ... (most commonly made fatty acid in the body)
Stearic Acid
Oleic Acid
Fatty Acid (14:0)
Myristic Acid
Fatty Acid (16:0)
Palmitric Acid ... (most commonly made fatty acid in the body)
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Lipid Metabolism
Triacylglycerols
Mouth
Triacylglycerol digestion step 1
Triacylglycerol digestion step 2
Dietary lipids are mainly fats and oils
Nothing happens
Formation of fat globules and chyme in the stomach
Emulsification by bile salts and partial hydrolysis by pancre…
Triacylglycerols
Dietary lipids are mainly fats and oils
Mouth
Nothing happens
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Lipid Metabolism
What are common properties of lipids?
Triacylglycerol?
Phospholipid
Sphingolipid
make up PM often. Polar head w/ hydrophobic tails
-is a neutral lipid composed of a glycerol molecule with 3 FA…
-membrane lipid... -amphipathic lipid which is a major component…
-membrane lipid... -amphipathic lipid which is a major component…
What are common properties of lipids?
make up PM often. Polar head w/ hydrophobic tails
Triacylglycerol?
-is a neutral lipid composed of a glycerol molecule with 3 FA…
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lipid metabolism
structure of membranes, energy reserve…
fatty acid
glycerol
triacylglycerol
4 major functions of lipids
unbranched-chain carboxylic acid, most commonly of 12-20 carb…
structure of membranes, energy reserve…
4 major functions of lipids
fatty acid
unbranched-chain carboxylic acid, most commonly of 12-20 carb…
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Lipid Metabolism
Lipid Catabolism
Lipid anabolism
Glycerol conversion to glycolysis inte…
Acetyl vs Acyl groups
Triacylglycerol- lipases... Fatty acids-beta oxidation... Glycerol-…
biosynthesis of fatty acids... glycerol
Glycerol goes to Dihydroxyacetone phosphate (DHAP) via glycer…
Acetyl: CH3CO-... Acyl: R-CO-
Lipid Catabolism
Triacylglycerol- lipases... Fatty acids-beta oxidation... Glycerol-…
Lipid anabolism
biosynthesis of fatty acids... glycerol
Lipid Metabolism
rate limiting enzyme of Beta oxidation…
fatty acid synthesis is opposite of be…
beta oxidation vs. fatty acid synthesi…
pyruvate carboxylase
carnitine acyltransferase I
FA synthesis-reduce and link acetyl COA... Beta oxidation-oxidiz…
beta oxidation-mitochondria... fatty acid synthesis-cytosol
convert pyruvate to oxaloacetate
rate limiting enzyme of Beta oxidation…
carnitine acyltransferase I
fatty acid synthesis is opposite of be…
FA synthesis-reduce and link acetyl COA... Beta oxidation-oxidiz…
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Lipid Metabolism
Lipogenesis
Acetyl CoA activation
Acetyl-CoA carboxylase
The Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase reaction
Synthesis of Fatty Acids... - Glucose provides the carbon for fa…
It is activated by the carboxylation to malonyl CoA by the en…
- This enzyme catalyzes the rate-limiting step in fatty acid…
Acetyl-CoA carboxylase has three functional regions: biotin c…
Lipogenesis
Synthesis of Fatty Acids... - Glucose provides the carbon for fa…
Acetyl CoA activation
It is activated by the carboxylation to malonyl CoA by the en…
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Lipid Metabolism
how are fatty acids characterized?
center of a chylomicron ismade up of w…
what happens to blood plasma after a m…
where are the following produced?... chyl…
number of carbons in chain... number of double bonds... position of…
triacylglycerols
chylomicrons are made first in the intestinal mucosa and make…
chylomicrons produced in the intestinal mucosa... VLDL produced…
how are fatty acids characterized?
number of carbons in chain... number of double bonds... position of…
center of a chylomicron ismade up of w…
triacylglycerols
Lipid Metabolism
Fat storage as fuel reserve
Fat digestion and absorption 1
Fat digestion and absorption 2
Fat digestion and absorption steps 1-2
Mammals: 5 to 25% of their body weight is fat and lipids, 90%…
Because fats are highly insoluble, their digestion (enzymes),…
Pancreatic lipase then breaks down fat, generating a mixture…
1. Cholic acid, a typical bile acid, ionizes to give its cogn…
Fat storage as fuel reserve
Mammals: 5 to 25% of their body weight is fat and lipids, 90%…
Fat digestion and absorption 1
Because fats are highly insoluble, their digestion (enzymes),…
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Lipid Metabolism
Working dx: Pheochromocytoma catecho…
-Alpha blocker; hydration
T2 enhancement- lights up like a light…
CHD
39 yo African American M, history of HTN for several years bu…
How do you treat pheochromocytoma?
What is the classic sign of pheochromocytoma on MRI?
What is the single largest killer of men and women?
Working dx: Pheochromocytoma catecho…
39 yo African American M, history of HTN for several years bu…
-Alpha blocker; hydration
How do you treat pheochromocytoma?
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Lipid metabolism
O hot
triacylglycerol
ester bond
important membrane component
βoxidation process mnemonic
fatty acid are stored as
what kind of bonds is used to form Triacylglycerol?
Glycerophospholipids are
O hot
βoxidation process mnemonic
triacylglycerol
fatty acid are stored as
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Lipid metabolism
Lipogenesis
What is the main role of acetyl-CoA?
What is the purpose of lipogenesis?
What's involved with triglyceride synt…
Process where acetyl-CoA is converted to fatty acids.
It is an intermediate stage in metabolism of simple sugars, s…
Through lipogenesis, and subsequent triglyceride synthesis, t…
fatty acids are esterified with glycerol to form fats
Lipogenesis
Process where acetyl-CoA is converted to fatty acids.
What is the main role of acetyl-CoA?
It is an intermediate stage in metabolism of simple sugars, s…
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Lipid Metabolism
What is atherosclerosis
Lipoprotein
Albumin
Properties of Lipoproteins
Lipids being deposited in the arterial walls
Since lipids are not water soluble, they cant be easily trans…
Lipid soluble protein that transports unesterified fatty acids
Amphipathic shell and Hydrophobic core
What is atherosclerosis
Lipids being deposited in the arterial walls
Lipoprotein
Since lipids are not water soluble, they cant be easily trans…
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Lipid Metabolism
What are chylomicrons?
Where are chylomicrons made?
What are lipoproteins and where are th…
Describe the difference between cardia…
Chylomicrons are lipoproteins and they help transport lipids…
They are made in the intestine from dietary fats and passed i…
Lipoproteins are cell receptors on muscle cells that receive…
cardiac cells need fatty acids for energy so their LPL have h…
What are chylomicrons?
Chylomicrons are lipoproteins and they help transport lipids…
Where are chylomicrons made?
They are made in the intestine from dietary fats and passed i…
LIPID METABOLISM
Different Types of Lipids
Fatty Acids
Fatty Acid Synthesis
how to synthesize fatty acid ?
1- TRIGLYCERIDE... 2-phospholipids ( phosphte group to carbon nu…
1-Saturated fatty acids (no double bonds) solid fat .... 2-Unsat…
-occur in cytoplasm, liver is the major site.
1- we convert actyl-coA to malnoyl-coA by ACC (actyl - coA ca…
Different Types of Lipids
1- TRIGLYCERIDE... 2-phospholipids ( phosphte group to carbon nu…
Fatty Acids
1-Saturated fatty acids (no double bonds) solid fat .... 2-Unsat…
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Lipid Metabolism
TGL
Describe TGL mobilization in Adipocytes
Describe Glycerol
Describe FAs
- An ester formed from glycerol and 3 FA groups... - Are the mai…
Post-absorptive state:... - Decrease glucose, many hormones mobi…
Water soluble, dumped into blood, no transporter, handled by…
- Carried by albumin, enters many different cells, into the l…
TGL
- An ester formed from glycerol and 3 FA groups... - Are the mai…
Describe TGL mobilization in Adipocytes
Post-absorptive state:... - Decrease glucose, many hormones mobi…
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Lipid Metabolism
Large particle that hides hydrophobic…
Cholesterol
Pi (phosphate)
Ketone bodies
What is a chylomicron?
Bile salts (bile acids) are synthesized from...
Pyrophosphate is formed in numerous metabolic reactions. ... Pyr…
When glucose levels are low, what would your body use for ene…
Large particle that hides hydrophobic…
What is a chylomicron?
Cholesterol
Bile salts (bile acids) are synthesized from...
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Lipid Metabolism
Function of S-adenosyl Methionine
Cardiolipin function
Dipalmitoylphosphotidylcholine function
PLA₂ cleavage site
Transfer of H⁺ groups
- maintains complexes for electron transfer in inner mitochon…
- major component of Surfactant... - if ratio of DPPC:Sphingomye…
- cleaves off Fatty Acid at Carbon #2
Function of S-adenosyl Methionine
Transfer of H⁺ groups
Cardiolipin function
- maintains complexes for electron transfer in inner mitochon…
Lipid Metabolism
What is the starting molecule of FA sy…
How Citrate gets from CAC to Cytoplasm…
What enz does ATP inhibit in CAC?
When does FA synthesis occur?
Citrate (6 C)---Citrate Lyase-->3 Acetyl CoA... (occurs in cyt…
1. ATP/NADH concentration inhibits Isocitrate Dehydrogenase a…
Isocitrate Dehydrogenase
In Fed State (In Insulin is available) ... Acetyl CoA enters CAC…
What is the starting molecule of FA sy…
Citrate (6 C)---Citrate Lyase-->3 Acetyl CoA... (occurs in cyt…
How Citrate gets from CAC to Cytoplasm…
1. ATP/NADH concentration inhibits Isocitrate Dehydrogenase a…
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Lipid Metabolism
Where does Lipid metabolism begin? End?
Under what conditions are ketones bodi…
From what compound are ketone bodies p…
What are the name of the three ketone…
Begins in the stomach: chuming action produces small droplets…
When there is a imbalance between carbohydrate and fatty acid…
Acetyl CoA
Acetone, Acetoacetate, B-Hydroxybuterate
Where does Lipid metabolism begin? End?
Begins in the stomach: chuming action produces small droplets…
Under what conditions are ketones bodi…
When there is a imbalance between carbohydrate and fatty acid…
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LIPID METABOLISM
What are the roles of fatty acids?
Structure of Fatty acids
Nomenclature
Triacylglyceride
1) Energy store in the form of triacylglycerol in adipose... 2)C…
Hydrocarbon chain with a terminal COOH group
18 (no.c) : 3 ( no. double bonds) w- 3,6,9 (position of doubl…
FATTY ACID CHAIN ON A GLYCEROL BACKBONE.The way fat is stored…
What are the roles of fatty acids?
1) Energy store in the form of triacylglycerol in adipose... 2)C…
Structure of Fatty acids
Hydrocarbon chain with a terminal COOH group
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Lipid metabolism
Fatty Acids
What functional group does Fatty Acids…
Counting Carbons in Fatty Acids
What is the product of Cyclo-oxygenase?
Long Chain of Hydrocarbons
Carboxyl (acid) functional group
Start counting from Carboxyl end
Arachidonic acid
Fatty Acids
Long Chain of Hydrocarbons
What functional group does Fatty Acids…
Carboxyl (acid) functional group
Lipid metabolism
Adipocytes
List the three primary sources of trai…
Bile salts
General function of all lipoproteins
Specialised cells that store fat globules
1. Diet... 2. Biosynthesis of triagylcerols... 3. Stored triaglycer…
- Act as detergents that aids in the digestion of lipids and…
Responsible for transporting lipid molecules
Adipocytes
Specialised cells that store fat globules
List the three primary sources of trai…
1. Diet... 2. Biosynthesis of triagylcerols... 3. Stored triaglycer…
Lipid Metabolism
What are lipids?
What are the classes of Lipids?
What is the enzyme that catalyzes the…
What is emulsification
Heterogeneous group of water insoluble organic molecules.
1. Fatty acids... 2. TriAcylGlycerol TAG... 3. Phospholipids... 4. Ste…
Lipase... Stable at low pH... Targets TAGs
The breakdown of fat globules in the duodenum into tiny dropl…
What are lipids?
Heterogeneous group of water insoluble organic molecules.
What are the classes of Lipids?
1. Fatty acids... 2. TriAcylGlycerol TAG... 3. Phospholipids... 4. Ste…
Lipid metabolism
General
Triglycerides
Glycerol
Fatty acids
Oxidation of glycerol and fatty acids. Glycerol yields 18 ATP…
Key lipid that gets oxidized for energy. Digested into glycer…
Sent through glycolysis, to Acetyl CoA, then to krebs cycle
Get oxidized(B oxidation) in mitochondria to Acetyl CoA. Acet…
General
Oxidation of glycerol and fatty acids. Glycerol yields 18 ATP…
Triglycerides
Key lipid that gets oxidized for energy. Digested into glycer…
Lipid metabolism
Lipid
Lipoprotein
Chylomicrons
Very low density lipoproteins
An organic compound composed of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen t…
One of several types of particles containing lipids and prote…
Formed in musocal epithelial cells of the small intestine, tr…
Formed in hepatocytes, contain mostly endogenous lipids. 10%…
Lipid
An organic compound composed of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen t…
Lipoprotein
One of several types of particles containing lipids and prote…
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Lipid Metabolism
Define Lipids
Define fatty acids
Define triglycerides
Define cholesterol
Fats, phospholipids, steroids, lipoproteins and waxes soluble…
Compounds of general formula R-COOH... R is long hydrocarbon cha…
3 fatty acids esterified with glycerol... Digested with lipase... I…
Sterol - steroid with at least 1 alcoholic side chain ... Essent…
Define Lipids
Fats, phospholipids, steroids, lipoproteins and waxes soluble…
Define fatty acids
Compounds of general formula R-COOH... R is long hydrocarbon cha…
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metabolism and bioenergetics & Lipid metabolism
What is catabolism?
What is anabolism?
What does Keq' mean?
What does exergonic mean?
Oxidation of carbohydrates, fats & proteins to smaller molecu…
The synthesis of complex molecules from simple precursors. Re…
The equilibrium constant at pH7
Energy releasing
What is catabolism?
Oxidation of carbohydrates, fats & proteins to smaller molecu…
What is anabolism?
The synthesis of complex molecules from simple precursors. Re…
Lipid Metabolism
Role of fatty acid
Products of fatty acid oxidation
Enzyme used to activate of Fatty acid…
It catalyzes the transfer of FA betwee…
Building blocks of phosphoipid and glycerol, fuel molecules,…
acetyl-CoA, NADH, FADH2
Acyl-CoA synthetase (thiokinase) ... It is ATP Dependent
Carnitine palmitoyl transferase
Role of fatty acid
Building blocks of phosphoipid and glycerol, fuel molecules,…
Products of fatty acid oxidation
acetyl-CoA, NADH, FADH2
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Lipid Metabolism
Adipose tissue
Beta-Oxidation
Malonyl-CoA
Biosynthesis
One of the main types of connective tissue, loose connective…
The catabolic process by which fatty acid molecules are broke…
A coenzyme derivative of malonic acid.
The production of complex molecule within living organisms or…
Adipose tissue
One of the main types of connective tissue, loose connective…
Beta-Oxidation
The catabolic process by which fatty acid molecules are broke…
82 terms
Lipid Metabolism
4 major groups of lipids
Fatty acids:... Characteristics / Structu…
Fatty acids:... Numbering systems
Essential fatty acids
1) Fatty acids... 2) Triglycerides... 3) Cholesterol... 4) Phosphol…
Major energy-rich metabolic fuel that is amphipathic ... Lo…
1) C-numbering system ... -- C1 is at carboxyl group... -- Takes…
Omega-3 aka linolenic acid... Omega-6 aka linoleic acid
4 major groups of lipids
1) Fatty acids... 2) Triglycerides... 3) Cholesterol... 4) Phosphol…
Fatty acids:... Characteristics / Structu…
Major energy-rich metabolic fuel that is amphipathic ... Lo…
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