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Peroxidation of linoleic acid and its relation to aging and age dependent diseases

Mechanisms of Ageing and Development

May 31, 2001

Gerhard Spiteller

PMID: 11322990

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Cell proliferation, cell injury and aging are connected with changes in the cell membrane structure. Apparently these changes activate, in mammalian as well as in plant cells, lipases which liberate polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs). PUFAs are the substrates for lipoxygenases which co...read more

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Apoptosis, Intrinsic Pathway
Radicals (chemistry)
Cell Death
Energy Intake
Lipase
Arachidonic Acid Measurement
Arachidonic Acid
Metazoa
Menopause
Senility
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Peroxidation of linoleic acid and its relation to aging and age dependent diseases

Mechanisms of Ageing and Development

May 31, 2001

Gerhard Spiteller

PMID: 11322990

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Abstract

Cell proliferation, cell injury and aging are connected with changes in the cell membrane structure. Apparently these changes activate, in mammalian as well as in plant cells, lipases which liberate polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs). PUFAs are the substrates for lipoxygenases which co...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Apoptosis, Intrinsic Pathway
Radicals (chemistry)
Cell Death
Energy Intake
Lipase
1
37

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  • Citations26
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  • Citations26
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