Role of acylCoA binding protein in acylCoA transport, metabolism and cell signaling

@article{Knudsen1999RoleOA,
  title={Role of acylCoA binding protein in acylCoA transport, metabolism and cell signaling},
  author={Jens Knudsen and Mette Valentin Jensen and Nils J. Fsgmaeligrgeman and Thomas B.F. Neergaard and Barbara Gaigg},
  journal={Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry},
  year={1999},
  volume={192},
  pages={95-103}
}
Long chain acylCoA esters (LCAs) act both as substrates and intermediates in intermediary metabolism and as regulators in various intracellular functions. AcylCoA binding protein (ACBP) binds LCAs with high affinity and is believed to play an important role in intracellular acylCoA transport and pool formation and therefore also for the function of LCAs as metabolites and regulators of cellular functions [1]. The major factors controlling the free concentration of cytosol long chain acylCoA… CONTINUE READING

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