Biosynthesis of high density lipoprotein by chicken liver: nature of nascent intracellular high density lipoprotein

@article{Banerjee1983BiosynthesisOH,
  title={Biosynthesis of high density lipoprotein by chicken liver: nature of nascent intracellular high density lipoprotein},
  author={Debabrata Banerjee and C M Redman},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1983},
  volume={96},
  pages={651 - 660}
}
Young chickens were administered L-[(3)H]leucine and after 10 or 30 min the livers were removed and fractioned into rough (RER) and smooth (SER) endoplasmic reticulum fractions and into light, intermediate, and heavy golgo cell fractions. The labeled high density lipoprotein (HDL), contained within these intracellular organelles was isolated either by immunoprecipitation using rabbit antiserum to rooster HDL, or by ultracentrifugal glotation between densities 1.063 and 1.21 g/ml. The… CONTINUE READING

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