Assembly of very low density lipoprotein: a two-step process of apolipoprotein B core lipidation.

@article{Rustaeus1999AssemblyOV,
  title={Assembly of very low density lipoprotein: a two-step process of apolipoprotein B core lipidation.},
  author={Sabina Rustaeus and Karin Lindberg and Pia Stillemark and Catharina Claesson and Lennart Asp and Thomas Larsson and Jan Bor{\'e}n and S O Olofsson},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={1999},
  volume={129 2S Suppl},
  pages={463S-466S}
}
The liver plays a primary role in lipid metabolism. Important functions include the synthesis and incorporation of hydrophobic lipids, triacylglycerols and cholesteryl esters into the core of water-miscible particles called lipoproteins and the secretion of these particles into the circulation for transport to distant tissues. In this article, we present a brief overview of one aspect of the assembly process of very low density lipoproteins, namely, possible mechanisms for combining core lipids… CONTINUE READING

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In this article , we present a brief overview of one aspect of the assembly process of very low density lipoproteins , namely , possible mechanisms for combining core lipids with apolipoprotein B. This is a complex process in which apolipoprotein B interacts with core lipids to form very low density lipoproteins by a two - step process that can be dissociated biochemically .
In this article , we present a brief overview of one aspect of the assembly process of very low density lipoproteins , namely , possible mechanisms for combining core lipids with apolipoprotein B. This is a complex process in which apolipoprotein B interacts with core lipids to form very low density lipoproteins by a two - step process that can be dissociated biochemically .
In this article , we present a brief overview of one aspect of the assembly process of very low density lipoproteins , namely , possible mechanisms for combining core lipids with apolipoprotein B. This is a complex process in which apolipoprotein B interacts with core lipids to form very low density lipoproteins by a two - step process that can be dissociated biochemically .
In this article , we present a brief overview of one aspect of the assembly process of very low density lipoproteins , namely , possible mechanisms for combining core lipids with apolipoprotein B. This is a complex process in which apolipoprotein B interacts with core lipids to form very low density lipoproteins by a two - step process that can be dissociated biochemically .
Important functions include the synthesis and incorporation of hydrophobic lipids , triacylglycerols and cholesteryl esters into the core of water - miscible particles called lipoproteins and the secretion of these particles into the circulation for transport to distant tissues .
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