The effect of natural and synthetic fatty acids on membrane structure, microdomain organization, cellular functions and human health.

@article{Ibarguren2014TheEO,
  title={The effect of natural and synthetic fatty acids on membrane structure, microdomain organization, cellular functions and human health.},
  author={Maitane Ibarguren and David J. L{\'o}pez and Pablo V. Escrib{\'a}},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2014},
  volume={1838 6},
  pages={1518-28}
}
This review deals with the effects of synthetic and natural fatty acids on the biophysical properties of membranes, and on their implication on cell function. Natural fatty acids are constituents of more complex lipids, like triacylglycerides or phospholipids, which are used by cells to store and obtain energy, as well as for structural purposes. Accordingly, natural and synthetic fatty acids may modify the structure of the lipid membrane, altering its microdomain organization and other… CONTINUE READING

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