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The role of propionate in cellular metabolism

by Gordon Colman Bell

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English

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  • Physics

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    ContributionsNaval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v, :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25106111M

    Despite the central role of the liver in the regulation of glucose and lipid metabolism, there are currently no methods to directly assess hepatic oxidative metabolism in humans in vivo. By using a new (13)C-labeling strategy in combination with (13)C magnetic resonance spectroscopy, we show that rates of mitochondrial oxidation and anaplerosis. The blockade of dendritic cell development by butyrate and propionate is associated with decreased expression of the transcription factors PU.1 and RelB. Butyrate also elicits its biologic effects through its ability to activate the G-protein-coupled receptor Gpra, but this mechanism is not involved in butyrate-induced blockade of dendritic.

    Abstract. Caenorhabditis elegans has orthologs for most of the key enzymes involved in eukaryotic intermediary metabolism, suggesting that the major metabolic pathways are probably present in this species. We discuss how metabolic patterns and activity change as the worm traverses development and ages, or responds to unfavorable external factors, such as temperature extremes or shortages in. Indeed, the butyrate paradox is likely to be a result of the complex role of SCFA in regulating cellular metabolism and epigenetics, seen in the Warburg effect. Cells in a cancerous state primarily undergo anaerobic glycolysis. This causes butyrate to accumulate within the cell to a concentration whereby it may inhibit HDAC, resulting in.

    Cellular metabolism is the sum total of all the biochemical reactions taking place within a cell. It includes all the reactions involved in degrading food molecules, in synthesizing macromolecules needed by the cell, and in generating small precursor molecules, such as some amino acids, for cellular needs.   Propionate and butyrate are products of fatty acid metabolism According to the study, these modifications specifically mark highly expressed genes and their presence changes upon metabolic.


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The role of propionate in cellular metabolism by Gordon Colman Bell Download PDF EPUB FB2

The role of vitamin B 1 2 in propionate metabolism is also well documented, but much less discussed. A severe deficiency of vitamin B 1 2 so seriously impairs the ability of the animal to utilize propionate as to result in debilitation and eventual by: Aims: Diet-derived short chain fatty acids (SCFAs) improve glucose homeostasis in vivo, but the role of individual SCFAs and their mechanisms of action have not been defined.

This study evaluated the effects of increasing colonic delivery of the SCFA propionate on β-cell function in humans and the direct effects of propionate on isolated human islets in by:   A new study in mice with a pilot study in humans suggests that a naturally occurring compound, found in cheese, and used as a food additive may play a role in altering our metabolism.

The additive is propionate or propionic acid; a compound used predominantly in. Vol. 2, No. 1 BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS Jan. THE ROLE OF BIOTIN AND VITAMIN B12 COENZYME IN PROPIONATE METABOLISM ~r E. Stadtman, P. Overath, H.

Eggerer and F. Lynen Max-Planck-Institut für Zellchemie, München, and Chemisches Laboratorium der Universität München, Institut für Biochemie Received Decem Propionic Cited by:   Gökhan Hotamişligil, Ph.D., a professor of genetics and metabolism at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the corresponding author.

Uptake and metabolism of propionate were studied using [ C]propionate. In studies using the non-recirculation perfusion of the caudal lobe of the sheep liver it was shown that the treatment of sheep with glucagon resulted in an increased rate of gluconeogenesis from propionate and in an increased net uptake of propionate by the caudal lobe.

Propionic acid (/ p r oʊ p i ˈ ɒ n ɪ k /, from the Greek words protos, meaning "first", and pion, meaning "fat"; also known as propanoic acid) is a naturally occurring carboxylic acid with chemical formula CH 3 CH 2 CO 2 H.

It is a liquid with a pungent and unpleasant smell somewhat resembling body anion CH 3 CH 2 CO 2 − as well as the salts and esters of propionic acid are.

To determine whether metformin action is reduced in the presence of imidazole propionate, we tested the effect of imidazole propionate on glucose metabolism in metformin-treated mice.

A single injection of imidazole propionate in chow-fed mice increased fasting glucose levels (p = ) and reversed the expected metformin-induced reduction in. Cell Metabolism A cell's daily operations are accomplished through the biochemical reactions that take place within the cell.

Reactions are turned on and off or sped up and slowed down according. Propionyl-CoA is a coenzyme A derivative of propionic is composed of a 24 total carbon chain (without the coenzyme, it is a 3 carbon structure) and its production and metabolic fate depend on which organism it is present in. Several different pathways can lead to its production, such as through the catabolism of specific amino acids or the oxidation of odd-chain fatty acids.

Studies utilizing [13 C 1]propionate and [13 C 3]propionate suggested a mechanism of fatty acid synthesis, which maintained all six-carbon atoms from two propionate molecules.

Metabolism of 2,2-[2 H 2]propionate to the new six-carbon mono-unsaturated acyl-CoA resulted in the complete loss of two deuterium atoms, indicating modification at C2 of. Propionate is a major microbial fermentation metabolite in the human gut with putative health effects that extend beyond the gut epithelium.

Propionate is thought to lower lipogenesis, serum. Title:The Role of Diet Related Short-Chain Fatty Acids in Colorectal Cancer Metabolism and Survival: Prevention and Therapeutic Implications VOLUME: 27 ISSUE: 24 Author(s):Sara Daniela Gomes, Cláudia Suellen Oliveira, João Azevedo-Silva, Marta R.

Casanova, Judite Barreto, Helena Pereira, Susana R. Chaves, Lígia R. Rodrigues, Margarida Casal, Manuela Côrte-Real, Fátima Baltazar and. cell, including ADP/ ATP, NAD+/NADH, free radicals, fatty acids etc. to induce various cascades of events to try and maintain cell homeostasis.

Several are covered here including AMP activated protein Kinase (AMPK), which is widely used in metabolic control. One final control mechanism becomes important in energy metabolism.

This involves so. in the mitochondrial machinery to provide cellular metabolism with adenosine-5'- triphosphate (ATP) molecules, the "molecular unit of currency" of intracellular energy transfer (Koves et al., a).

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The book also presents microbial metabolism in the context of. Abstract. The growth of Streptococcus faecalis is inhibited by propionate, and the inhibition is reversed by lipoic acid or acetate.

A study of the role of pyruvate oxidation in S. faecalis showed that propionate inhibited the lipoic acid-dependent aerobic oxidation of pyruvate in resting cells. Pyruvate dehydrogenation with neotetrazolium as a hydrogen acceptor in cell-free extracts also.

Carnitine was detected at the beginning of this century, but it was nearly forgotten among biochemists until its importance in fatty acid metabolism was established 50 years later. In the last 30 years, interest in the metabolism and functions of carnitine has steadily increased.

Eukaryotes and prokaryotes depend on cellular metabolism to live and thrive. Although their processes are different, they both either use or create energy. Cellular respiration and photosynthesis are the most common pathways seen in cells.

However, some prokaryotes have different metabolic pathways that are unique."The role of succinate as a precursor of propionate in the propionic acid fermentation." J Bacteriol. 72(2): Other References Related to Enzymes.

1. Metabolism of muscle tissue 2. Diagnostics in muscle diseases _ Metabolism of muscle tissue. Muscle tissue is a significant consumer of nutrients and oxygen. Its consumption is unquestionably dependent on how intensively the muscle is working. During intense exercise muscles alone account for 60 % of total oxygen consumption.