Movements Mediated by Kinesin.
353: Microtubule Arrangement.
354: Microtubule Structure.
355: Myosins Move Along Actin Filaments
356: Myosin Lever Arm Length.
The Biosynthesis of Membrane Lipids and Steroids
357: The Biosynthesis of Membrane Lipids and Steroids
358: Site of Cholesterol Synthesis.
359: Properties of plasma lipoproteins
360: HMG-CoA Reductase.
361: Cholesterol Is Synthesized from Acetyl Coenzyme A in Three Stages
362: Cholesterol Formation.
363: Oxidosqualene Cyclase.
364: Squalene Cyclization.
365: Squalene Synthesis.
366: Condensation Mechanism in Cholesterol Synthesis.
367: Synthesis of Isopentenyl Pyrophosphate.
368: Fates of 3-Hydroxy-3-Methylglutaryl CoA.
369: Labeling of Cholesterol.
370: Phosphatidate Is a Common Intermediate in the Synthesis of Phospholipids and Triacylglycerols
371: Lysosome with Lipids.
372: Ganglioside G M1.
373: Synthesis of Sphingolipids.
374: Synthesis of an Ether Phospholipid.
375: Structure of CDP-Diacylglycerol.
376: Fats such as the triacylglycerol molecule (below) are widely used to store excess energy for later use and to fulfill
other purposes, illustrated by the insulating blubber of whales.
379: Important Derivatives of Cholesterol Include Bile Salts and Steroid Hormones
380: Three Isoprenoids from Familiar Sources.
381: Vitamin D Synthesis.
382: Pathways for the Formation for Androgens and Estrogens.
383: Pathways for the Formation of Progesterone, Cortisol, and Aldosterone.
385: Cholesterol Carbon Numbering.
386: Biosynthetic Relations of Classes of Steroid Hormones and Cholesterol.
of Bile Salts.
388: The Complex Regulation of Cholesterol Biosynthesis Takes Place at Several Levels
a Competitive Inhibitor of HMG-CoA Reductase.
390: An Atherosclerotic
391: Structure of Propeller Domain.
392: Structure of Cysteine-Rich Domain.
393: LDL Receptor Domains.
394: Endocytosis of LDL Bound to Its Receptor.
395: Schematic Model of Low-Density Lipoprotein.
Prelude: Biochemistry and the Genomic Revolution
396: Biochemistry and Human Biology
397: Prelude: Biochemistry and the Genomic Revolution
398: Chemical Bonds in Biochemistry
399: Biochemical Unity Underlies Biological Diversity
400: Proteins, Encoded by Nucleic Acids, Perform Most Cell Functions