Acyl coenzyme a synthetase regulation: putative role in long-chain acyl coenzyme a partitioning.


OBJECTIVE Long-chain acyl coenzyme A synthetase (ACSL) converts free fatty acids (FFAs) into their metabolizable long-chain acyl coenzyme A (LC-CoA) derivatives that are essential for FFA conversion to CO(2), triglycerides, or complex lipids. ACSL-1 is highly expressed in adipose tissue with broad substrate specificity. We tested the hypothesis that ACSL… (More)


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