lecture1 - LipidMetabolism Structure&Function...

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Lipid Metabolism Transport in Blood Exercise Responses Training Adaptations
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Free Fatty Acid (FFA) Function - serves as an immediate oxidizable fuel source for cells
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Triglycerides Function - major storage form of fat (FFA) and thus, a major source of fuel Located primarily in adipose tissue and muscle
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Cholestrerol Cell membrane constituent Precursor - bile, steroids
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Steroids derived from cholesterol
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Transport in Blood Due to hydrophobic nature of lipids and the hydrophilic nature of the aqueous plasma, lipids require protein carriers to be soluble in blood.
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FFA Carrier serum albumin
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Triglycerides & Cholesterol
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Lipases Enzymes that catalyze the hydrolysis of triglycerides (triacylglycerols) - hormone sensitive lipase - lipoprotein lipase
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