Biokinetics of Vitamin E in Lipoproteins and Cells
The paper will describe 1) the various naturally occurring and synthetic forms of vitamin E, 2) lipoprotein metabolism as it relates to plasma vitamin E transport, 3) the mechanism for the preferential enrichment of plasma and tissues with only one form of vitamin E, namely RRR-α—tocopherol, 4) kinetic estimates of the turnover of vitamin E in human plasma and 5) determinants of vitamin E tissue concentrations.
KeywordsCholesterol Hydrolysis Lipase Neuropathy Neurol
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