Stoffwechsel der lipoproteine

21.07.2018

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2 Apolipoprotein B

1 Apolipoprotein A

Apolipoprotein — Apolipoproteins are proteins that bind to fats (lipids). They form lipoproteins, which transport dietary fats through the bloodstream. Dietary fats are digested in the intestine and carried to the liver. Fats are also synthesized in the liver… … Wikipedia

Apolipoprotein E — Bändermodell der Aminosäuren 1 191 des Apolipoprotein E4 nach PDB … Deutsch Wikipedia

4 Apolipoprotein D

Apolipoprotein A1 — Zwei ApoA1 Moleküle (lila Bänder) im Komplex mit Cholesterin (orange Kalotten) und Phospholip … Deutsch Wikipedia

Apolipoprotein — Als Apolipoproteine (Apo von griechisch άπό: Ab , Weg ) bezeichnet man den Proteinanteil der Lipoproteine (u. a. Chylomikronen, VLDL, LDL, IDL, HDL), der die wasserunlöslichen Lipide im Blut transportiert. Die Apolipoproteine bilden zusammen mit… … Deutsch Wikipedia

Apolipoprotein H — (Apo H), previously known as (β2 glycoprotein I, beta 2 glycoprotein I), is a multifunctional apolipoprotein. One of its functions is to bind cardiolipin. When bound the structure of cardiolipin and Apo H both undergo large changes in… … Wikipedia

3 Apolipoprotein C