Lipid Metabolism in Normoxic and Ischemic Heart

  • Ger J. Van Der Vusse

Part of the Developments in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry book series (DMCB, volume 5)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Ger J. van der Vusse, Jan F. C. Glatz, Hans C. G. Stam
    Pages 1-6
  3. Jan F. C. Glatz, Ger J. van der Vusse
    Pages 37-44
  4. Roger A. Peeters, Jacques H. Veerkamp
    Pages 45-49
  5. James B. Bassingthwaighte, Louis Noodleman, Ger van der Vusse, Jan F. C. Glatz
    Pages 51-58
  6. R. Spahr, A. Krützfeldt, S. Mertens, B. Siegmund, H. M. Piper
    Pages 59-64
  7. Ger J. van der Vusse, Monique J. M. de Groot, Peter H. M. Willemsen, Marc van Bilsen, Ad H. G. J. Schrijers, Robert S. Reneman
    Pages 83-90
  8. Ad H. G. J. Schrijvers, Peter M. Frederik, Marc C. A. Stuart, Ger J. van der Vusse, Robert S. Reneman
    Pages 91-96
  9. Truls Myrmel, Terje S. Larsen, Andreas Skulberg, Kirsti Forsdahl, Clive Little
    Pages 107-111
  10. Marc van Bilsen, Wim Engels, Ger J. van der Vusse, Robert S. Reneman
    Pages 113-121
  11. E. Millanvoye-Van Brussel, M. Freyss-Beguin, F. Homo-Delarche, D. Duval
    Pages 123-127
  12. Kees Schoonderwoerd, Ton van der Kraaij, Willem C. Hülsmann, Hans Stam
    Pages 129-137
  13. Terje S. Larsen, Truls Myrmel, Andreas Skulberg, David L. Severson, Ole D. Mjøs
    Pages 139-144
  14. Xiao Qin Huang, A. James Liedtke
    Pages 145-153
  15. Richard C. Franson, Lesley K. Harris, Ramesh Raghupathi
    Pages 155-159
  16. Roberto Ferrari, Claudio Ceconi, Salvatore Curello, Evasio Pasini, Odoardo Visioli
    Pages 161-168
  17. Fabio Di Lisa, Roberta Menabò, Noris Siliprandi
    Pages 169-173
  18. Lennart Kaijser, Martin Ericsson, Göran Walldius
    Pages 181-184
  19. F. C. Visser, C. M. B. Duwel, M. J. van Eenige, J. P. Roos, F. F. Knapp, G. J. van der Vusse
    Pages 185-190
  20. C. M. B. Duwel, F. C. Visser, M. J. van Eenige, J. P. Roos
    Pages 191-194
  21. Thierry Humbert, Christiane Keriel, Daniele Marti Batlle, Cuong Luu-Duc, Michel Comet, Pierre Cuchet
    Pages 195-200
  22. Back Matter
    Pages 211-213

About this book


During recent decades, bewildering progress has occurred in the field of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. Progress has been extraordinarily rapid primarily because of the challenge for finding solutions to a wide variety of diseases and the availability of new techniques for monitoring biochemical processes. This has resulted in a voluminous and complex literature in the field of biochemical medicine so that there is a clear need for the synthesis and analysis of the continuing expansion of valuable data. It was thus considered appropriate to initiate a new series of monographs, each dedicated to a specialized area of investigation, encompassing molecular and cellular processes in health and disease. Most of the biochemical scientists have devoted their energies in understanding the fundamentals of biochemistry and indeed impressive advances have been made in the past. However, the full potential for explanation has been hampered by the concept of universality of biochemical reactions occurring in the cell. In view of the fact that each organ in the body performs a distinct function, it is now beginning to be realized that each cell type is unique in its need to survive and perform its specific function. Accordingly, the aspect of individualty is receiving increased attention for revealing new avenues in the study of pathophysiology of cellular abnormalities.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Ger J. Van Der Vusse
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of PhysiologyUniversity of LimburgMaastrichtThe Netherlands

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