Intraretinal lipid transport is dependent on high density lipoprotein-like particles and class B scavenger receptors.

@article{Tserentsoodol2006IntraretinalLT,
  title={Intraretinal lipid transport is dependent on high density lipoprotein-like particles and class B scavenger receptors.},
  author={Nomingerel Tserentsoodol and Natalyia V Gordiyenko and Iranzu Pascual and Jung Wha Lee and Steven J. Fliesler and Ignacio R. Rodriguez},
  journal={Molecular vision},
  year={2006},
  volume={12},
  pages={1319-33}
}
PURPOSE In our companion paper we demonstrated that circulating lipoproteins enter the retina via the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) and possibly Müller cells. In order to understand how these lipids are transported within the retina, expression and localization of the main proteins known to be involved in systemic lipid transport was determined. METHODS Expression of ABCA1, apoA1 (the major HDL protein), SR-BI, SR-BII, CD36, lecithin:cholesterol acyltransferase (LCAT), and cholesteryl… CONTINUE READING
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