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Cellular Long Chain Fatty Acid Uptake by CD36: Identifying an Amino Acid That Plays a Critical Role and Assessing Physiological Impact in Bone Marrow Derived MacrophagesDownload
Long chain fatty acids (LCFA) serve essential functions in human cells, and the presence of too little or too much could have detrimental effects. LCFA can enter cells through passive diffusion, also known as flip-flop, but the majority enter in association with a protein allowing regulation and...
The plasma membrane is a dynamic lipid bilayer that surrounds the cell, embedded with different plasma membrane proteins, aiding communication between the inside and outside of the cells. Its functions are achieved through an intricate organization of lipid-lipid, lipid-protein and...