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Apolipoprotein B48 metabolism in chylomicrons and very low-density lipoproteins and its role in triglyceride transport in normo- and hypertriglyceridemic human subjects.

Renewed interest in triglyceride-rich lipoproteins as causative agents in cardiovascular disease mandates further exploration of the integrated metabolism of chylomicrons and very low density lipoproteins (VLDL).


Associations of diet quality and blood serum lipoprotein levels in a population at high risk for diabetes: the Strong Heart Family Study.

Previous studies consistently report that diet quality is inversely associated with risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and type 2 diabetes. However, few studies have assessed the association of diet quality with serum lipoproteins, an intermediate marker of cardio-metabolic health, or assessed whether type 2 diabetes modifies these associations. This study assessed associations of diet quality (evaluated using the Alternative Healthy Eating Index (AHEI)), and the interaction of diet quality with diabetes,...

Distribution of Psychotropic Drugs Into Lipoproteins.

The aim of this pilot study was to investigate whether psychotropic drugs frequently analyzed in a routine therapeutic drug monitoring laboratory bind to low-density lipoproteins/very-low-density lipoproteins (LDL/VLDL) in human serum.


Role of Lipoproteins in the Microenvironment of Hormone-Dependent Cancers.

The tumor microenvironment (TME) is an attractive target to develop novel strategies for hormone-dependent cancers. Several molecules in the TME can favor tumor development and progression, including lipoproteins. Lipoproteins are taken up by cancer cells, providing them with cholesterol and fatty acids. Cholesterol regulates cell signaling and it is converted into a series of bioactive metabolites, including hormones. The conflicting results of epidemiological and interventional studies suggest that the lo...

Emerging roles for high-density lipoproteins in neurodegenerative disorders.

Lipoproteins are the complexes of different lipids and proteins, which are devoted to the transport and clearance of lipids or lipid-related molecules in the circulation. Lipoproteins have been found to play a crucial role in brain function and may influence myelination process. Among lipoproteins, high-density lipoproteins (HDLs) and their major protein component, apoA-I, are directly involved in cholesterol efflux in the brain. It has been suggested that inadequate or dysfunctional brain HDLs may contribu...

Shotgun lipidomics discovered diurnal regulation of lipid metabolism linked to insulin sensitivity in non-diabetic men.

Meal timing affects metabolic homeostasis and body weight, but how composition and timing of meals affect plasma lipidomics in humans is not well studied.

Strategies to Improve/Eliminate the Limitations in Shotgun Lipidomics.

Direct infusion-based shotgun lipidomics is one of the most powerful and useful tools in comprehensive analysis of lipid species from lipid extracts of various biological samples with high accuracy/precision. However, despite of many advantages, the classical shotgun lipidomics suffers some general dogmas of limitations, such as ion suppression, ambiguous identification of isobaric/isomeric lipid species, and ion source-generated artifacts, restraining the applications in analysis of low abundance lipid spe...

Miniaturized shake-flask HPLC method for determination of distribution coefficient of drugs used in inflammatory bowel diseases.

A new method for determination of distribution coefficient of drugs azathioprine, 6-mercaptopurine and 6-thioguanine and nutrient folic acid used in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease based on a miniaturized shake-flask and HPLC/DAD was developed. Special attention was made to the most commonly reported problems in the measurement of distribution coefficients using a shake-flask method such as mixing technique, speed and time, the temperature of experiment, type of buffer and its pH as well as n-oc...

Shake it baby, but only when needed: Preschoolers adapt their exploratory strategies to the information structure of the task.

Previous research has suggested that active engagement with the world drives children's remarkable learning capabilities. We investigated whether preschoolers are "ecological learners," that is, whether they are able to select those active learning strategies that are most informative in a given task. Children had to choose which of two exploratory actions (open vs. shake) to perform to find an egg shaker hidden in one of four small boxes, contained in two larger boxes. Prior to this game, children either l...

Readiness for diet change and its association with diet knowledge and skills, diet decision making and diet barriers in type 2 diabetic patients.

to investigate stages of change for dietary in type 2 diabetics and its associations with diet knowledge and skills, diet decision making and diet barriers.

Reassessing the out-of-phase phenomenon in shake flasks by evaluating the angle dependent liquid distribution relative to the direction of the centrifugal acceleration.

Shake flasks are still the most relevant experimental tool in the development of viscous fermentation processes. The phase number, which defines the onset of the unfavorable out-of-phase phenomenon in shake flasks, was previously defined via specific power input measurements. In the out-of-phase state, the bulk liquid no longer follows the orbital movement of the imposed centrifugal force, which is e.g. detrimental to oxygen transfer. In this work, an optical fluorescence technique was used to measure the t...

A comparative evaluation of the effect of soy protein and its enzymatic hydrolysate on lipid metabolism in male Wistar rats with induced obesity.

Among various food proteins, soybean proteins have the greatest traditions of application for the dietary correction and prevention of lipid metabolism disorders and related complications. Aim. In an in vivo experiment using male Wistar rats, the lipid-lowering properties of soy protein and its enzymatic hydrolysate were tested to evaluate their possible use as ingredients of specialized foods. Animals were randomly divided into 3 groups: control group G1 and 2 experimental groups G2 and G3. The total dura...

Extracting Biological Insight from Untargeted Lipidomics Data.

Lipidomics data generated using untargeted mass spectrometry techniques can offer great biological insight to metabolic status and disease diagnoses. As the community's ability to conduct large-scale studies with deep coverage of the lipidome expands, approaches to analyzing untargeted data and extracting biological insight are needed. Currently, the function of most individual lipids are not known; however, meaningful biological information can be extracted. Here, I will describe a step-by-step approach to...

Polymer-based ammonium-limited fed-batch cultivation in shake flasks improves lipid productivity of the microalga Chlorella vulgaris.

The aim of this work was to study ammonium-limited fed-batch conditions in heterotrophic C. vulgaris shake flask cultivations. Therefore, an innovative polymer-based ammonium release technique (polymer beads) was developed. Using these beads in shake flasks, C. vulgaris cultivations resulted in simultaneous growth and lipid accumulation. Lipid productivity was increased by 43% compared to batch cultivations. Furthermore, by online monitoring of the metabolic activity (RAMOS technique), unlimited growth and ...

Lipolysis in very low density lipoproteins - locus minoris resistentiae - in the pathogenesis of hypertriglyceridemia. Positive effects of diet, polyenic fatty acids, statins and fibrates.

Inhibition of hydrolysis of palmitic and oleic triglycedires (TG) in very low density lipoproteins (VLDL), slow formation of active apoВ-100 conformation, blockade of апоЕ/В-100 ligand formation in VLDL and their reduced uptake by insulin-dependent cells cause hypertriglyceridemia (HTG). Palmitic and oleic VLDL (>80% total VLDL) are not converted in low density lipoproteins (LDL). Atherosclerosis is not an alimentary deficiency of polyenic fatty acids (PFA), but results from low in vivo bioavailabilit...

Live and Diet by Your Gut Microbiota.

Diet influences health in multiple ways. One important effect of diet is on the gut microbiota. The effects of diet are often related to an individual's specific microbiota composition. The close links between health, diet, and gut microbiota are illustrated in a new mouse model of sepsis where the combination of a high-fat/low-fiber Western diet, antibiotics, and surgery promotes the development of lethal sepsis. Diet can also influence infection via the gut microbiota beyond sepsis. Future studies with th...

Effect of three types of thermal processing methods on the lipidomics profile of tilapia fillets by UPLC-Q-Extractive Orbitrap mass spectrometry.

Thermal processing methods have important effects on food lipids. In this work, ultra-high-performance liquid chromatography-Q-Extractive Orbitrap mass spectrometry and lipidsearch software were applied to analyze effect of three types of thermal processing methods on the lipidomics profile of tilapia fillets. A total 15 classes of compound lipids (Cer, DG, LPC, LPE, LPG, LPI, LPS, PC, PE, PG, PI, PS, SM, So, TG) were analyzed. In addition, free DHA, EPA, and ARA were also identified. Furthermore, statistic...

Differential Effects of Diet and Weight on Taste Responses in Diet-Induced Obese Mice.

Previous studies have reported that individuals with obesity have reduced taste perception, but the relationship between obesity and taste is poorly understood. Earlier work has demonstrated that diet-induced obesity directly impairs taste. Currently, it is not clear whether these changes to taste are due to obesity or to the high-fat diet exposure. The goal of the current study was to determine whether diet or excess weight is responsible for the taste deficits induced by diet-induced obesity.

Interaction of Gut Microbiota and High-sodium, Low-potassium Diet in Altering Plasma Triglyceride Profiles Revealed by Lipidomics Analysis.

High-sodium and low-potassium (HNaLK) intake increase the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and metabolic syndrome. We investigated if the dietary minerals interact with the gut microbiota to alter circulating lipid profiles, implicated in CVD and metabolic syndrome.

Early life high-fat diet exposure maintains glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity with a fatty liver and small brain size in the adult offspring.

Diet during pregnancy has long lasting consequences on the offspring, warranting a study on the impact of early exposure to a high fat diet on the adult offspring. We hypothesized that a prenatal n-6 enriched diet will have adverse metabolic outcomes on the adult offspring that may be reversed with a postnatal n-3 enriched diet. To test this hypothesis, we examined the adult offspring from three groups: (1) n-6 group: during gestation and lactation, dams consumed an n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid enriched d...

Evolving concepts on the management of dyslipidaemia.

It has been well established that low-density lipoproteins (LDL) and other apolipoprotein B-containing lipoproteins are causally related to atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) and that lowering these lipoproteins reduces the risk of ASCVD. By lowering LDL particles as much as possible, ASCVD can be prevented. There seems to be no LDL-cholesterol (LDL-C) threshold below which no further ASCVD prevention can be achieved. Furthermore, a low (an even very low) LDL-C appears to be safe. The new ESC/EA...

Readiness for weight change and its association with diet knowledge and skills, diet decision making and diet and exercise barriers in patients with type 2 diabetes.

this study aimed to investigate stages of weight change in type 2 diabetics and its associations with diet knowledge and skills, diet decision making, diet and exercise barriers.

Towards Single Organelle Lipidomics in Live Cells.

Detailed studies of lipids in biological systems including their role in cellular structure, metabolism and disease development, comprise an increasingly prominent discipline called lipidomics. However, the conventional lipidomics tools, such as mass spectrometry, cannot investigate lipidomes until they are extracted, and thus cannot be used neither for probing the lipids distribution, nor for studying in live cells. Furthermore, conventional techniques rely on the lipid extraction from relatively large sam...

Ketogenic Diet for Refractory Childhood Epilepsy: Beyond Seizures Control, the Experience of a Portuguese Pediatric Centre.

Ketogenic diet is a low carbohydrate diet, which can be used as a treatment for refractory childhood epilepsy. The first aim of this study was to evaluate its efficacy, in patients receiving ketogenic diet for at least three months, on epilepsy control, behaviour and awareness. The secondary aims were to evaluate the variation in the number of antiepileptic drugs, reasons for discontinuing the diet and adverse effects.

Telmisartan prevents development of obesity and normalizes hypothalamic lipid droplets.

The AT1 receptor blocker telmisartan (TEL) prevents diet-induced obesity. Hypothalamic lipid metabolism is functionally important for energy homeostasis, as a surplus of lipids induces an inflammatory response in the hypothalamus, thus promoting the development of central leptin resistance. However, it is unclear as to whether TEL treatment affects the lipid status in the hypothalamus.C57BL/6N mice were fed with chow (CONchow) or high-fat diet (CONHFD). HFD-fed mice were gavaged with TEL (8 mg/kg/d, 12 week...


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