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236, 1277. Comparative Studies on the Physiology of Adipose Tissue1 DANIEL RUDMAN2 AND MARIO Di GIROLAMO3 Columbia University Research Service, Goldwater Memorial Hospital, Department of Medicine, Columbia University College of Physicians Surgeons, New York, New York I. II. III. IV. V. Introduction Metabolic Pathways and Hormonal Responsiveness of Rat Adipose Tissue A. Young Rat's Adipose Tissue in Vitro: Glucose Uptake .. B. Young Rat's Adipose Tissue in Vitro: Glucose Metabolism C. Hydrolysis of Intracellular Triglycéride D.
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There is no evidence for ferredoxin involvement in this system, although there is evidence for an ironcontaining cofactor. IX. Control of Fatty Acid Biosynthesis A. FEEDBACK INHIBITION AND ENZYME LEVELS The rate-limiting enzyme in in vitro fatty acid synthesis is acetyl CoA carboxylase. , 1965). Briefly, it has been observed that fatty acid synthesis is inhibited by starvation and diabetes and stimulated by refeeding and insulin treatment, respectively. It has also been shown that in starvation and diabetes the levels of long-chain acyl CoA's are elevated.
Advances in lipid research. Volume 5 by Rodolfo Paoletti, Dr. David Kritchevsky