[The positional specificity of individual triglycerides-substrates for lipase action. The oleic triglycerides of palm oil, palmitic triglycerides of milk, ions of calcium and magnesium.]

Research paper by V N VN Titov, A V AV Aripovsky, L M LM Samokhodskaya, M V MV Kotlovsky, A V AV Yakimenko, V V VV Kukharchuk

Indexed on: 06 Dec '20Published on: 01 Jan '16Published in: Klinicheskaia laboratornaia diagnostika


The counter-insulin effect of surplus of palmitic fatty acid in food is implemented under: a) formation in vivo of palmitic type of fatty acids metabolism with deficiency of substrate for ATP synthesis and permanent shortage of energy for accomplishment of biologic functions; b) compensatory activation of biologic function of adaptation, biologic reaction of compensation. The activation with catecholamines in visceral fatty cells of gland the hormone-dependent lipase which is not blocking insulin, increases content of unesterified fatty acids in blood plasma. Until in blood plasma the level of unesterified fatty acids is increased the cells phylogenetically justified stop absorption of glucose along with development of hyperglycemia and hypertriglyceridemia - insulin resistance syndrome. Thew increasing of content of triglycerides (alcohol glycerin) always increases cholesterol - low density lipoproteins; the highest numbers of cholesterol result in no increasing of triglycerides concentration in blood. All triglycerides of milk positionally are palmitic ones and all triglycerides of palm oil are oleic ones. The surplus of palmitic unesterified fatty acids in small intestine under hydrolysis of oleic triglycerides decreases bio-availability and absorption of ions of Ca++ and Mg++ by enterocytes. This occurrence is absent in case of hydrolysis of palmitic triglycerides of maternal milk in intestine since all released unesterified fatty acids are oleic ones. The position of fatty acids in the composition of triglyc erides is a functional characteristic of substrate under impact of positionally specific lipases in all biologic mediums.