International Journal of Collaborative Research on Internal Medicine & Public Health

ISSN - 1840-4529

Lizz Rosello

Editorial Office, Journal of medicine, Italy


  • Mini Review   
    New bioactive lipids in pathophysiology and membrane lipid therapy
    Author(s): Lizz Rosello*

    Membranes are primarily made up of a lipid bilayer and proteins, and they serve as a checkpoint for signals and other chemicals entering and exiting the body. Diet, pathophysiological processes, and nutritional/pharmaceutical therapies can all influence their composition. Lipids play essential structural and functional roles in addition to serving as an energy source. For example, fatty acyl moieties in phospholipids have different effects on human health depending on their saturation, carbon length, and isometry. These and other membrane lipids have very precise impacts on the lipid bilayer structure, which controls how signalling proteins interact with one other. Normalization of these modifications or regulatory actions that control membrane lipid composition have therapeutic potential because lipid changes have been linked to major illnesses. Membrane lipid treatment, also known a.. View More»
    DOI: 10.35248/1840-4529.

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