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The bacterial lipids.

Jean Asselineau

The bacterial lipids.

by Jean Asselineau

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Published by Hermann, Holden-Day in Paris, San Francisco .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lipids.,
  • Bacteria -- Physiology.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [337]-372.

    SeriesChemistry of natural products ;, 4, Chemistry of natural products (Editions scientifiques Hermann) ;, 4.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR84 .A782 1966
    The Physical Object
    Pagination372 p.
    Number of Pages372
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5994486M
    LC Control Number66026033

    2. Individual bacteria were first observed microscopically by Antony van Leeuwenhoek at the end of the 17th century. 3. Bacteria are readily visible when present in large numbers because they make a turbid suspension. The controversy over spontaneous generation of bacterial life in liquid cultures led to the. of bacterial phospholipids. Indeed, as Assilineau and Lederer have pointed out in their authoritative review (l), compara- tively few bacterial phospholipids have been well characterized chemically by modern techniques. Interest in the chemistry and metabolism of bacterial lipids is, however, rapidly growing.

    Biological role of bacterial lipids. Budapest, Akadémiai Kiadó, (OCoLC) Online version: Váczi, Lajos. Biological role of bacterial lipids. Budapest, Akadémiai Kiadó, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lajos Váczi. These microbes use phospholipases to destroy lipids and phospholipids in host cells and then use the catabolic products for energy (see Virulence Factors of Bacterial and Viral Pathogens). The resulting products of lipid catabolism, glycerol and fatty acids, can be further degraded.

      About this book. Lipids and essential oils have strong antimicrobial properties — they kill or inhibit the growth of microbes such as bacteria, fungi, or viruses. They are being studied for use in the prevention and treatment of infections, as potential disinfectants, and for their preservative and antimicrobial properties when formulated as. LC-MS methods are now available for direct analysis of complex lipid classes, including fatty acid compositions, from lipid extracts. These should be particularly useful for bacteria, which have a.


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The volume explores methods for isolation and characterization of The bacterial lipids. book, and their production using various oleaginous organisms. The protocols presented in the book consider sugars derived from different substrates including chemically pre-treated agricultural residues, industrial residues containing lignin, food wastes, and industrial waste water in an approachable format.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Asselineau, Jean. Bacterial lipids. Paris, Hermann; San Francisco, Holden-Day [©] (OCoLC) One of the most prominent bacteria that feed on lipids is Propionibacterium acnes, which uses the skin’s lipids to generate short-chain fatty acids and is involved in the production of acne.

Figure 4. Five-carbon isoprene molecules are chemically modified in. Understanding bacterial lipid metabolism has been paramount in the understanding of basic lipid metabolism and enzymatic pathways.

There is an incredible diversity in the fatty acid and phospholipid structures that occur in nature, and the ability to alter the fatty acid and/or phospholipid composition depending on the environment is crucial for bacterial survival.

While. Lipid Metabolism focuses on the regulation and metabolism of lipids. This book is composed of 10 chapters that specifically deal with fatty acids, prostaglandins, glycerides, glycerophosphates, cholesterol, isoprenoids, and aromatic compounds.

This text starts with an overview of fatty acid metabolism and its controlling factors. The chapter reviews the major events in bacterial membrane lipid synthesis. The most energy intensive part of membrane lipid synthesis is the dissociated type II fatty acid synthase.

The initiation module consists of the enzymes required to initiate type II fatty acid biosynthesis and is the focus for the regulatory biochemistry that governs. Metabolism refers to all the biochemical reactions that occur in a cell or organism. The study of bacterial metabolism focuses on the chemical diversity of substrate oxidations and dissimilation reactions (reactions by which substrate molecules are broken down), which normally function in bacteria to generate energy.

Also within the scope of bacterial metabolism is the study of the. This book explains relevant molecular mechanisms and cellular processes that are involved in the infection processes in relation to lipid metabolism.

The international authors will make readers understand infection metabolism and the contribution of lipids and lipid-protein interaction to lipids. Biochemistry of Lipids: Lipoproteins and Membranes, Volume Six, contains concise chapters that cover a wide spectrum of topics in the field of lipid biochemistry and cell biology.

It provides an important bridge between broad-based biochemistry textbooks and more technical research publications, offering cohesive, foundational information. There are many bacteria in the microbiota on the skin that feed on these lipids.

One of the most prominent bacteria that feed on lipids is Propionibacterium acnes, which uses the skin’s lipids to generate short-chain fatty acids and is involved in the production of acne.

Figure 4. Other bacterial lipids, such as polyesters (polyhydroxyalkanoates, PHA) or rhamnolipids, also have a great industrial relevance as bioplastic or biosurfactants, respectively. However, these areas are beyond the scope of this article, which focuses on bacteria producing neutral and non-polymeric lipids such as FFA, fatty acid ethyl esters (FAEE.

Bacterial lipids: metabolism and membrane homeostasis. Parsons JB(1), Rock CO. Author information: (1)Department of Infectious Diseases, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TNUSA.

Membrane lipid homeostasis is a vital facet of bacterial cell physiology. One of the most prominent bacteria that feed on lipids is Propionibacterium acnes, which uses the skin’s lipids to generate short-chain fatty acids and is involved in the production of acne. Figure Five-carbon isoprene molecules are chemically modified.

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Lipid droplets (LDs) are cytosolic lipid storage organelles that are important for cellular lipid metabolism, energy homeostasis, cell signaling, and inflammation. Several bacterial, viral and protozoal pathogens exploit host LDs to promote infection, thus emphasizing the importance of LDs at the host–pathogen interface.

In this review, we discuss the thus far reported relation. Choi YH, Kosaka T, Ojima M, et al. Relationship between the burden of major periodontal bacteria and serum lipid profile in a cross-sectional Japanese study.

BMC Oral Health. ;18(1) doi: /s Richard H. Nagelberg, DDS, has practiced general dentistry in suburban Philadelphia for more than 30 years.

He is a speaker. Downloadable. With an ever-increasing release of harmful greenhouse gases into the environment, there is an ongoing search for a renewable source of energy to replace the current means of producing energy.

One promising source is from methanotrophic bacteria, which uses methane as its primary carbon source to produce valuable byproducts including lipids. Identification of non-mycobacterial lipid antigens remains an important issue. Most of the identified bacterial lipid antigens are produced by mycobacteria.

Since other bacteria produce lipids which bind to CD1 molecules, it is possible that non-mycobacterial lipids are also immunogenic and stimulate specific T-cells. Hereunder, we highlight bacterial membrane anionic lipids as attractive targets in the design of antibacterial drugs which can be effective against both Gram-positive and Gram-negative resistant bacteria.

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Topics include: cell wall growth, shape and ."Water is life!" All active cellular systems require water as the medium and solvent of their metabolic activities. Hydrophobic compounds and structures, which tend to exclude water, though providing inter alia excellent sources of energy and a means of biological compartmentalization, present problems of cellular handling, poor bioavailability and, in some cases, toxicity.

Lipids influence how sick you get from a bacterial infection Date: November 7, Source: University of Maryland, Baltimore Summary: Researchers demonstrated their ability to .