Enzymes of Lipid Metabolism II

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781468452143
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 11/28/2013
  • Series: Nato Science Series A: (closed), #116
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1986
  • Pages: 853
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.73 (d)

Table of Contents

Lipolytic. Enzymes of the Gastrointestinal Tract.- Kinetic Assay of Human Gastric Lipase on Short and Long Chain Triacylglycerol Emulsions.- Inhibition of Pancreatic and Microbial Lipases by Proteins: Kinetic and Binding Studies.- Tumor-Promoting Phorbol Diesters are Substrates for and Modulators of Diacylglycerol Lipase.- Lipolytic Activities Operative at the Outer Surface of Rat Fat Cells.- On the Mechanism of Endogenous Lipolysis in Rat Heart: A Role of Lysosomes—.- The Enzymes of Phosphatidylcholine Biosynthesis.- Characterization of Choline and Ethanolamine Kinase Activities in Plasmodium-Infected Erythrocytes.- Physiological Responses of Intestinal CTP: Phosphocholine Cytidylyltransferase and its Interaction with Lipophilic Drugs.- Degradation of Membrane Phosphoglycerides by the Reversal of Phosphotransferase Reactions.- Treatment of Rat Brain Microsomal Vesicles with Octyl-?-D-Glucopyranoside: A study on Ethanolamine Base-Exchange after Reaggregation.- Effect of Modification of Membrane Phospholipid Composition on Phospholipid Methylation in Aggregating Cell Culture.- Acetyltransferases and Transacylases Relative Rates in 1-Alkyl-or 1-Acyl-Phosphatidylcholine Synthesis by Rat Platelet Homogenates.- Modulation of Deacylation-Reacylation Pathway of Phospholipid Metabolism and Turnover During Reperfusion of Ischemic Myocardium.- Monoacylglycerol Acyltransferase: Stereospecificity and Evidence that the Hepatic and Intestinal Activities are Tissue-Specific Isoenzymes.- The Interaction of Pancreatic Phospholipase A2 with Negatively Charged Substrates-Application: The Transformation of Soluble Phospholipase A2 into a Highly Penetrating “Membrane-Bound” Form.- Mechanism of Interaction of Phospholipase A2 with Phospholipid Substrates and Activators.- Comparison of the Activation of Soluble and Immobilized Phospholipase A2.- Some Properties of Membrane-Bound Phospholipases A2.- Endogenous Suppression of Neutral-Active and Calcium-Dependent Phospholipase A2 Activity in Human Polymorphonuclear Leukocytes.- Properties of Pancreatic Phospholipases A1 and Intestinal Phospholipase A2 from Guinea Pig: Their Complementary Role in the Intestinal Absorption of Phospholipids.- Partial Characterization of Cytosolic Phospholipase A1 of Rat Heart.- Purification and Properties of Phospholipase A from the Outer Membrane of Overproducing Escherichia Coli K-12.- Some Properties of Lysoplasmalogenase and Alkenylhydrolase from Rat Liver Microsomes.- Purification of Platelet-Activating Factor Acetylhydrolase.- Characterization of an Acetylhydrolase Isolated from Rat Alveolar Macrophages in Comparison with the Enzyme Present In Vivo in Lung Alveoli.- Preliminary Study for High Performance Purification of a Hydrophobic Protein: A Biological Fluid Acetylhydrolase.- Biosynthesis and Pharmacology of PAF-Acether (Platelet-Activating Factor).- The Peroxisomal Enzymes of Glycerolipid Metabolism.- Deficiencies in Ether Glycerolipids and Their Biosynthesis in Inherited Peroxisomal Disorders.- Impaired Maturation of Peroxisomal—-Oxidation Enzymes in Fibroblasts from Patients with the Zellweger Syndrome and Infantile Refsum Disease.- New Techniques in Glycosyltransferase Research.- Biosynthesis of Gangliosides and Blood Group Glycolipids using Solubilized Glycosyltransferases.- Solubilization of Lipid-Glycosyltransferases from Mihondrial Outer Membranes.- UDP-Glucose Sterol—-Glucosyl Transferase, a Plant Sterol Conjugating Enzyme.- Purification and Properties of Acid Sphingomyelinase from Human Urine.- Heterogeneity of Human Sphingomyelinase: Relatedness of the Major Polypeptides.- Immunological Studies on Acidic Sphingomyelinase.- Immunological Studies on Lysosomal Sphingomyelinase: Immunization Procedures, Properties of Polyclonal and Monoclonal Antibodies Obtained and Effect of Triton X-100 on Binding of Enzyme Activity.-—-Glucocerebrosidase: Affinity Purification and Characterization of its Active Site with N-Alkyl Derivatives of L-Deoxynojirimycin.- Human Acid—-Glucosidase: Primary Structure of the Active Site.- Specificity of Human Glucosylceramide—-Glucosidase Towards Structurally Modified Glucosylceramides in a Liposomal Assay-System.- Activator Proteins (Protein Cofactors) for the Catabolism of Glycosphingolipids.- Glycosphingolipid Activator Proteins.- Studies of SAP-1 and SAP-2 in Cultured Skin Fibroblasts.- The Specificity of Cerebroside Sulfatase Activator.- Two Heat-Stable Low-Molecular-Mass Proteins Stimulating the Enzymic Sphingomyelin Degradation Isolated from Human Gaucher and Normal Spleen.- The Effects of Acidic Lipids and Heat-Stable Factor on the Physical-Chemical and Kinetic Properties of Glucocerebrosidase.- A New Glucosylceramidase Activator in Human Placenta.- Molecular Organization of Glycosphingolipids in Phosphatidylcholine Bilayers and Biological Membranes.- Metabolic Incorporation of a New Fluorescent Anthracene Fatty Acid into the Membrane Lipids of Procaryotic and Eucaryotic Cells for Studying the Dynamic and Topology of Membranes.- TMA-DPH as Specific Plasma Membrane Fluidity Probe for Intact Cells and Its Limitation.- Phospholipid Bilayer Assembly: Facilitated Transmembrane Movement of Phosphatidylcholine.- The Asymmetrical Distribution and Biosynthesis of Molecular Species of Phospholipids in Chick Brain Microsomes.- Cholesterol Pools in Mycoplasma Membranes: Modifications in Phospholipid Composition Affect the Kinetics of Cholesterol Exchange with Lipid Vesicles.- Structure and Function of the Nonspecific Lipid Transfer Protein (Sterol Carrier Protein 2).- A Model for Studying Membrane Fatty Acid Transport: Acyl-Coenzyme A Synthesis in Human Erythrocyte Ghosts.- Transport of Fluorescent Fatty Acids into Cultured Cells: Analysis by the Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorter.- Transport and Metabolism of Fatty Acids in Cultured Heart Muscle Cells from Neonatal Rats.- Hormonal Regulation of Exogenous Fatty-Acid Incorporation into Lipids in Cultured Hamster Fibroblasts.- Fatty Acid Composition and Metabolism of Tumor Cells Rendered Resistant to the Anticancer Drug Doxorubicin.- HMGR (3-Hydroxy, 3-Methylglutaryl-CoA Reductase) Activity of Cultured Rat Brain Cells: Sensitivity to n-3 and n-6 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (PUFAs) from Cod-Liver and Sunflower Oils.- Development and Maturation of Lipoprotein Lipase in Cultured Adipose Cells.- Synthesis and Properties of Fluorescent Analogs of Cytidine Diphosphate-Diacylglycerol and Phosphatidylinositol.- Biosynthesis and Intracellular Transport of Phospholipids in Yeast.- Phospholipid Catabolism and Phospholipid Turnover in Cultured Cells.- Aging of Rat Heart Myocytes and Fibroblasts: Relationship Between Lipid Composition, Membrane Organization and Biological Properties.- Extracellular Fluid Viscosity: Its Role in the Regulation of Membrane Lipid Metabolism and Cellular Secretion.- Control of Surface Sphingomyelinase Activity in Cultured Neuroblastoma Cells.- Metabolism of Exogenous Gangliosides in Cultured Fibroblasts and Cerebellar Cells.- Intracellular Aspects of Ganglioside Metabolism and Transport.- Metabolic Aspects of Gangliosides involved in the Maturation of Cultured Nerve Cells.- Regulation of Glycosphingolipid Anabolism in Fibroblasts by Ionophores, Plasma Membrane ATP-ASE Inhibiton, and Growth Factors.- Nuclear Triiodothyronine Receptors and Mechanisms of Triiodothyronine and Insulin Action on the Synthesis of Cerebroside Sulfotransferase by Cultures of Cells Dissociated from Brains of Embryonic Mice.- Utilization of Exogenous Ceramide for the Synthesis of Sphingolipids in Cultured SV40-Transformed Rat Schwann Cells.- Genetic Regulation of Phospholipid Synthesis in Yeast.- The Regulation of Arachidonic Acid Release in Parturition.- Relationship Between Arachidonic Acid Biosynthesis and its Level in Rat Tissues.- Regulatory Properties of Carnitine Palmitoyltransferase in the Mihondrial Membrane of Liver.- Structure and Regulation of the sn-Glycerol-3-Phosphate Acyltransferase of E. Coli.- Mammalian Phospholipase D and Related Activities.- Metabolism of Inositol-Glycerophospholipids in Relation to Transmembrane Signalling and Calcium Mobilization.- Protein Kinase C Regulation by Diacylglycerols: Structure-Function Relationships and Mechanism.- Effect of Ischemia on Activities of Polyphosphoinositide Phosphodiesterase and Diacylglycerol Kinase in Gerbil Brain Synaptosomes.- Receptor-Mediated Degradation of Choline Plasmalogens and Glycerophospho]ipid Methylation: A New Hypothesis.- Transport and Processing of Lysosomal Enzymes.- Genetic Heterogeneity of Gaucher Disease: Enzymatic and Immunologic Studies.- Molecular Forms, Biosynthesis and Maturation of Glucocerebrosidase, a Membrane-Associated Lysosomal Enzyme Deficient in Gaucher Disease.- Forms of Glucocerebrosidase Present in Tissues and Urine.- The—-Galactosidase-sialidase Complex: Studies on Normal and Mutant Human Fibroblasts.- Intracellular Binding and Transport of Lysosomal Enzymes in Human and Bovine Tissues.- Molecular Heterogeneity in O-Variant GM2 Gangliosidosis.- Preliminary Characterization of a Ganglioside Sialidase in Normal and Mucolipidosis IV Fibroblasts.- Sphingomyelinase and Niemann-Pick Disease.- Fluorescent Derivatives of Sphingomyelin: Synthesis, Use as Substrates for Sphingomyelinase and for Diagnosis of Niemann-Pick Disease in Cultured Cells.- Lipases, Cholesterylesterases and Carboxylesterases in Lymphoid Cell Lines: Substrate Specificity and Relation to Wolman’s, Cholesteryl Ester Storage Diseases and Lipid Storage Myopathy.- Use of Fluorescent Fatty Acids for Labelling Acid Lipase-Deficient Cells.- Morphological and Biochemical Studies of Induced and Pathological Lipidosis in Cultured Muscle Cells.- On the Composition of Autofluorescent Accumulation Products: Ceroid and Lipofuscin.- Participants.- Contributors.

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