Acylglycerols & sphingolipids
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If you remember the biochemical abnormalities and the clinical features, you can score in this chapter.
More focus is on errors of metabolism, than actual metabolism.
Remember to read the genetic inheritance and the clinical features.
- Phospholipid found only in the mitochondria
- Types of Phospholipids
- Tay-Sachs disease – Clinical findings
- Pulmonary Surfactant – overview
- Inheritance pattern of Sphingolipidoses
- Inability to degrade sphingomyelin is seen in
- Glycosphingolipid is made up of
- Types of Sphingolipids
- Glycosphingolipids – Overview
- Triacylglycerol Metabolism – Overview
- Sphingolipidoses – Salient features
- Phospholipids – Overview