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The methodical instruction for lesson 14

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The methodical instruction for lesson № 14 By biochemistry for students 2 course by specialty "General medicine " from September, 15 till September, 19th 2008 - 2009 year. The theme: Control test «Metabolism of lipids» The main questions of the theme: 1. Classification of lipids. 2. Fatty acids, characteristic humans for lipids. 3. Biological role of lipids. 4. Phospholipids. Structure, biological role. 5. Glycolipids. Structure, biological role. 6. Food lipids, their digestion in gut. An absorption of products of digestion. 8. Bile acids, their role in digestion and absorption. Error of digestion and absorption.Steatorrhea. 9. Resynthesis of triacylglycerols in wall of intestine. Biological role of this process. 10.Transport of fats. Structure and structure transport lipoproteins blood. Use of fats included in transport lipoproteins. 11.Reservation and mobilization of fats in adipose tissue. 12.Hyperlipoproteinemia, reasons. Heritable glycoproteinemia. 13.Concept about lipids. Digestion of TAG. 14.The general sheme of sources and ways of transformation of fatty acids in an organism. - 3 - 15. β-oxidation, as spesific way of catabolism for fatty acids. Carnithine-acyl-transferase and
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