Effect of transient ischemia on free fatty acids and phospholipids in the gerbil brain. Lipid peroxidation as a possible cause of postischemic injury.

@article{Yoshida1980EffectOT,
  title={Effect of transient ischemia on free fatty acids and phospholipids in the gerbil brain. Lipid peroxidation as a possible cause of postischemic injury.},
  author={Shigeru Yoshida and Satoshi Inoh and Toshio Asano and Keiji Sano and Miyuki Kubota and Haruo Shimazaki and Nobuo Ueta},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={1980},
  volume={53 3},
  pages={323-31}
}
The effect of transient bilateral carotid occulsion on levels of free fatty acids, phospholipids, and lipid peroxides in the brain was studied in gerbils. During occulsion, both saturated and polyunsaturated free fatty acids increased strikingly to approximately 11-fold in total by 30 minutes. During recirculation, however, a selectively rapid decrement occurred in arachidonic acid, while saturated fatty acids gradually decreased to their basal levels in 180 minutes. The peroxide level… CONTINUE READING

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