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Acyl-CoA inhibition of adenine nucleotide translocation in ischemic myocardium.
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It is postulated that a decrease in fatty acid oxidation after myocardial ischemia would lead to an accumulation of long-chain acyl-CoA esters, which in turn would inhibit adenine nucleotide translocation, resulting in a lowering of the energy charge of the cell, adversely affecting muscle contraction and electrical conduction.
Control of Energy Production in Myocardial Ischemia
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Dog heart exhibits an increased concentration of long chain acyl-CoA esters associated with a decrease in adenine nucleotide translocase activity, and phosphoenolpymvate-stimulated calcium egress from heart mitochondria may, therefore, result from transport of this anion on the adenines nucleotide translator.
The prevalence and determinants of nutritional changes in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
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It is concluded that increased caloric utilization without adequate compensation in dietary intake is the reason for nutritional depletion.
Impact of lemongrass oil, an essential oil, on serum cholesterol
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The paired difference in cholesterol levels of six responders 90 days after the discontinuation of lemongrass oil was not significant, and the hypothesis that non-sterol mevalonate pathway end products lower serum cholesterol levels was tested.
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