Definition of Apoprotein. Meaning of Apoprotein. Synonyms of Apoprotein

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Meaning of Apoprotein from wikipedia

- Apoprotein may refer to: Apoenzyme, the protein part of an enzyme without its characteristic prosthetic group Apolipoprotein, a lipid-binding protein that...
- that transfer fatty acids from the digestive tract to the liver Familial apoprotein CII deficiency (type Ib), a condition caused by a lack of lipoprotein...
- heteroproteins or conjugated proteins, being covalently linked to the apoprotein. Not to be confused with the cofactor that binds to the enzyme apoenzyme...
- reduces apoprotein CIII, which increases lipolysis and elimination of triglyceride-rich particles from plasma. PPARα also increases apoproteins AI and...
- require a cofactor but do not have one bound are called apoenzymes or apoproteins. An enzyme together with the cofactor(s) required for activity is called...
- "alpha" and two "beta" polypeptide chains. An apoenzyme (or, generally, an apoprotein) is the protein without any small-molecule cofactors, substrates, or inhibitors...
- deficiency (Tangier disease) Familial amyloid polyneuropathy Familial apoprotein CII deficiency Familial combined hyperlipidemia (multiple-type hyperlipoproteinemia)...
- A Holoprotein or conjugated protein is an apoprotein combined with its prosthetic group. Some enzymes do not need additional components to show full activity...
- proteins. Aequorin is a holoprotein composed of two distinct units, the apoprotein that is called apoaequorin, which has an approximate molecular weight...
- cholesterol-rich LDL. It is a cell-surface receptor that recognizes the apoprotein B100, which is embedded in the outer phospholipid layer of LDL particles...
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