fatty acid

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any of a class of aliphatic monocarboxylic acids that form part of a lipid molecule and can be derived from fat by hydrolysis

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The multigene family of fatty acid-binding proteins (FABPs): Function, structure and polymorphism.
Cloning of the heart fatty acid-binding protein (H-FABP) gene and its tissue-specific expression profile in the Lanzhou fat-tailed sheep, Ovis aries.
Mechanisms of regulation of liver fatty acid-binding protein.
1% DEPC water, then packed with sterile and RNase-free silver paper and, after being rapidly frozen in liquid nitrogen, stored at -80[degrees]C for further analysis of SGLT1, VD-dependent calcium-binding protein 28,000 m (CaBP-D28k), PepT1 in the duodenum, and liver fatty acid-binding protein (L-FABP) in the jejunum.
Adipocyte-specific fatty acid-binding protein (AFABp) [7] belongs to the fatty acid-binding protein super family whose members have relative molecular masses ([M.
Adipocyte fatty acid-binding protein expression and lipid accumulation are increased during activation of murine macro phages by toll-like receptor agonists.
Molecular identification of the liver- and the heart-type fatty acid-binding proteins in human and rat kidney.
Brain- and heart-type fatty acid-binding proteins in the brain: tissue distribution and clinical utility.
ABSTRACT : Heart fatty acid-binding protein gene (H-FABP) is an important candidate gene for meat quality.
Fatty acid-binding protein (FABP) genes are important genes that are involved in the development of fatness traits McArthur et al.
Spatio-temporally differential expression of the mRNA for brain- and skin-type but not heart-type fatty acid-binding proteins following kainic acid systemic administration in the hippocampal glia of adult rats.
Developmental role of fatty acid-binding proteins in the mouse brain.
Our results were recently reinforced by 3 independent studies, showing an increase of heart-type fatty acid-binding protein in patients suffering from mild traumatic brain injury (34), stroke (35), and neurodegenerative diseases with dementia (36).
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