Analysis of membrane fluidity alterations and lipid disorders in type I diabetic children and adolescents

@article{Wataa1987AnalysisOM,
  title={Analysis of membrane fluidity alterations and lipid disorders in type I diabetic children and adolescents},
  author={Cezary Watała and Małgorzata Kordacka and Anna Loba and Zofia J{\'o}źwiak and Stanisław Nowak},
  journal={Acta diabetologia latina},
  year={1987},
  volume={24},
  pages={141-148}
}
The degree of random orientation of excited diphenylhexatriene molecules in isolated erythrocyte membrane ghosts was investigated in order to determine the possible effect of lipid disorders on membrane structure in children suffering from type I diabetes mellitus with and without diabetic retinopathic lesions. A decrease of cholesterol in the antiatherogenic fraction HDL (1.17±0.06 in retinopathyvs 1.24±0.065 in controls) and its increase in atherogenic LDL fraction (3.88±0.23vs 2.63±0.26) as… CONTINUE READING
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