Fatty acid binding to serum albumin in Type I insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus

@article{Vorum1991FattyAB,
  title={Fatty acid binding to serum albumin in Type I insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus},
  author={Henrik Vorum and Cramer K. Christensen and Anders Overgaard Pedersen and R. Marc Brodersen},
  journal={Acta Diabetologica},
  year={1991},
  volume={28},
  pages={1-10}
}
Equilibria of binding of long-chain fatty acids to albumin in sera from type I diabetic patients and healthy adults were studied by dialysis exchange rate determinations and described by,p *, thereserve albumin concentration for binding of fatty acid, C */p*, the,total availability of fatty acids, whereC * is the total concentration of non-esterified fatty acid, andL *, thefatty acid binding property of albumin, which isL *=p*/P+0.05C */P, whereP is the albumin concentration. Studies in samples… CONTINUE READING

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