BBA's Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids covers the novel aspects of lipid biosynthesis and metabolism, including protein modification by lipids, in all organisms. Emphasis is given to the enzymology and molecular biology of the enzymes involved in lipid metabolism. In addition, molecular genetics of the genes involved will be emphasized in the future. Section: 'Lipids in Signalling and Recognition' concentrates on all biochemical and biophysical aspects of lipids and lipid-derived messenger molecules, including their structure, physicochemical properties and transport, regulation and enzymology of their biosynthesis and metabolic inactivation, and the recognition processes underlying their biological activities
Holdings: Vol. 1436, no. 1/2 (Dec. 1998)-present
Related titles: Formerly known as Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Lipids and Lipid Metabolism
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