|Publisher:||Springer-Verlag New York, LLC|
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1987|
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Table of ContentsSubstrates for energy metabolism in the heart: the role of the interstitial compartment.- Uptake and transport of lipid substrates in the heart.- Synthesis, storage and degradation of myocardial triglycerides.- Stimulation of myocardial neutral triglyceride lipase activity by adenosine-3’:5’monophosphate: involvement of glycogenolysis.- Triacylglycerol lipase activities in isolated myocardial cells from chronically diabetic rat hearts.- Lipoprotein lipase activity in ischaemic and anoxic myocardium.- Myocardial carnitine transport.- The role of the carnitine system in myocardial fatty acid oxidation: carnitine deficiency, failing mitochondria and cardiomyopathy.- The effect of exogenous L-carnitine on biochemical parameters in serum and in heart of the hyperlipidaemic rat.- Physico-chemical properties and organization of lipids in membranes: their possible role in myocardial injury.- Modulation of membrane protein function by bilayer lipids.- Serum factors which alter cell membranes.- Phospholipases of the myocardium.- Phospholipid alterations in canine cardiac sarcoplasmic reticulum induced by an acid-active phospholipase C.- Membrane phospholipid metabolism during myocardial ischaemia: past, present and future.- The effects of ischaemia, lysophosphatidylcholine and palmitoylcarnitine on rat heart phospholipase A2 activity.- Cholesterol and myocardial membrane function.- Lipid and carbohydrate metabolism in the ischaemic heart.- Metabolic disturbances during acute lack of oxygen: a short overview.- Accumulation of lipids and lipid-intermediates in the heart during ischaemia.- Free fatty acid metabolism in “stunned” myocardium.- Raised plasma non-esterified fatty acids (NEFA) during ischaemia: implications for arrhythmias.- Detrimental actions of endogenous fatty acids and their derivatives. A study of ischaemic mitochondrial injury.- Lysophospholipids, long chain acylcarnitines and membrane dysfunction in the ischaemic heart.- Dietary fatty acids and myocardial function.- The effects of dietary mackerel oil on the recovery of cardiac function after acute ischaemic events in the pig.- Eicosanoids and myocardial ischaemia.- Influence of intracellular Ca2+-overload in eicosanoid synthesis of the myocardium.- Lipid peroxidation and myocardial ischaemic damage: cause or consequence?.- Effects of free fatty acids, lysophosphatides and phospholipase treatment on lipid peroxidation of myocardial homogenates and membrane fractions.- Author Index.