Lipolysis est iter metabolicum, quo cellulae corporis pingui materiam pinguem tollitur.

Molecula triacyloglyceroli (TAG, "pingue") in adipocyto (cellula adipata) invenitur. Lipolyse TAG gradatim in acida adipata tria sua secatum est. Productum terminale est glycerolum.

Intra cellulam, adipocytum[1], pingue moleculae triacyloglyceroli (TAG). Lipolysis enzymorum lipolyticorum ope gradatim moleculas TAG secat:

  1. Triacyloglycerolum (TAG) → Diacyloglycerolum (DAG)
  2. Diacyloglycerolum (DAG) → Monoacyloglycerolum (MAG)
  3. Monoacyloglycerolum (MAG) → Glycerolum

Ope hormontum et quorundam medicamentorum et aliarum substantiarum lipolysis et augeri et inhiberi queat. In senectute lipolysis diminuta est[2], quod incrementum ponderis pinguis haud minor in parte explicat.

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NotaeRecensere

  1. Yang A., Mottillo E. P. (Mar 2020). "Adipocyte lipolysis: from molecular mechanisms of regulation to disease and therapeutics". The biochemical journal 477 (5): 985-1008 
  2. Gao H., Arner P., Beauchef G., Guéré C., Vie K., Dahlman I., Mejhert N., Rydén M. (Iul 2020). "Age-Induced Reduction in Human Lipolysis: A Potential Role for Adipocyte Noradrenaline Degradation". Cell metabolism 32 (1): 1-3 

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Nexus externiRecensere

  • cambridge.org: Gubernatio lipolysis enzymaticae (Anglice)