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by D.A. Bernlohr,L. Banaszak

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D.A. Bernlohr,L. Banaszak
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Mechanisms of cellular uptake of long chain free fatty acids. Bibliographic Information.

Mechanisms of cellular uptake of long chain free fatty acids. Paradigms for defining the mechanism underlying this protein-mediated process. Lipid Binding Proteins within Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. Developments in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry.

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The breadth of modern biology is characterized by a comprehension of phenomena at many levels of organization. Such levels of understanding range from the organismal to the molecular. It is when all these levels can be discussed together that a sense of true achievement begins to be felt.

Four main molecular mechanisms have been implicated in glucose-mediated vascular damage. All seem to reflect a single ed process of overproduction of superoxide by the mitochondrial electron-transport chain.

The breadth of modern biology is characterized by a comprehension of phenomena at many levels of organization. Such levels of understanding range from the organismal to the molecular. It is when all these levels can be discussed together that a sense of true achievement begins to be felt. The topical area of fatty acid transport and metabolism was the focus of the Third International Conference on Lipid-Binding Proteins held at the University of Minnesota in May 1997. This volume contains a sampling of the proceedings of this meeting.