Only few volatile compounds arising from fatty acid oxidation, mainly n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, were present in the samples stored in air and in the 80% C[O.
What does FAO stand for?
FAO stands for Fatty Acid Oxidation
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L-carnitine is capable of reversing the inhibition of adenine nucleotide translocase and thus can restore the fatty acid oxidation mechanism which constitutes the main energy source for the myocardium.
In DNA microarray analysis, it exhibited a two-way efficiency mechanism: On the one hand, it increases the body's own fat burning ability by up-regulating genes involved in fatty acid oxidation, and on the other, it decreases fat synthesis by down-regulating genes that are involved in fatty acid synthesis.
The compound was found to enhance fatty acid oxidation and contributed to the regulation of hepatic lipid metabolism,.
The diseases detected include amino-acidemias, fatty acid oxidation disorders, and organic acidemias.
These effects culminated with increased fatty acid oxidation and the inhibition of vLDL ('bad cholesterol') production.
Here, two key enzymes and one key metabolite of the fatty acid oxidation pathway were determined.