Free Fatty Acid Transport

 

"Fatty Acid-Specific Fluorescent Probes and Their Use in Resolving Mixtures of Unbound Free Fatty Acids in Equilibrium with Albumin" Andrew H. Huber, J. Patrick Kampf, Thomas Kwan, Baolong Zhu, and Alan M. Kleinfeld Biochemistry; 2006; DOI: 10.1021/bi060703e.


"Rapid flip-flop of oleic acid across the plasma membrane of adipocytes." Kamp F, Guo W, Souto R, Pilch PF, Corkey BE, Hamilton JA. J Biol Chem 278, 7988-95 (2003) PN50950.

"Monoacylglycerol metabolism in human intestinal Caco-2 cells: evidence for metabolic compartmentation and hydrolysis." Ho SY, Delgado L, Storch J. J Biol Chem 277, 1816-1823 (2002) PN47345.

"Transport of long-chain native fatty acids across human erythrocyte ghost membranes." Kleinfeld AM, Storms S, Watts M. Biochemistry 37, 8011-8019 (1998) PN30133.

"Transport of long-chain native fatty acids across lipid bilayer membranes indicates that transbilayer flip-flop is rate limiting." Kleinfeld AM, Chu P, Romero C. Biochemistry 36, 14146-14158 (1997) PN29081.

"Intracellular pH in adipocytes: effects of free fatty acid diffusion across the plasma membrane, lipolytic agonists, and insulin." Civelek VN, Hamilton JA, Tornheim K, Kelly KL, Corkey BE. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 93, 10139-10144 (1996) PN24875.

"Inactive fatty acids are unable to flip-flop across the lipid bilayer." Jezek P, Modriansky M, Garlid KD. FEBS Lett 408, 161-165 (1997) PN30136.

"Common mechanisms of monoacylglycerol and fatty acid uptake by human intestinal Caco-2 cells." Ho SY and Storch J. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol 281: C1106-C1117, 2001.

"Inactive fatty acids are unable to flip-flop across the lipid bilayer." Jezek P, Modriansky M and Garlid KD. FEBS Letters 408: 161-165, 1997.