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Lecture 12

BCHM 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Lipoprotein Lipase, Pancreatic Lipase Family, Lipoprotein


Department
Biochemistry
Course Code
BCHM 316
Professor
Glenville Jones
Lecture
12

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USUALLY Lipases
- Split triglycerides into glycerol and three fatty acids
Exception: pancreatic lipase : Triglyceride →
monoglyceride
Exception: 3 adipocyte lipases each remove one FA at a
time
Physical properties of substrate
- Pancreatic lipase: lipid emulsion in GI tract
- Lipoprotein lipase: blood lipoproteins
- Adipocyte lipases: fat droplets inside cell
Lipoproteins: Particles for fat transport around body
- The role of chlyomicrons is to transport dietary lipids
- Very low density lipoproteins become low density
lipoproteins
- The role of very low density lipoproteins is transport
endogenously synthesized lipids
Pancreatic lipases don’t go to completion - only cuts off
two of the fatty acids
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