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Increased arachidonic acid content in red blood cell membranes of stone formers SF has recently been reported and is hypothesized as representing the underlying causal factor for both hyperoxaluria and hypercalciuria. We performed the present study to see whether we could confirm this finding and to test whether any relationship exists between the fatty acid composition of red blood cell membranes and the Hot cherries porn metabolic factors involved in stone formation. In 21 SF and 40 healthy controls subjects the fatty acid composition of red blood cell membranes was assessed. In addition, the following parameters were evaluated in SF: The red blood cell membrane of SF had a lower content of arachidonic acid, linoleic acid, and docosahexaenoic acid than that of control subjects. Arachidonic acid content was not correlated with any of the parameters studied. Our results do not confirm the finding of an increased arachidonic Pageant in memphis content of red blood cell membrane in SF. On the contrary, reduced arachidonic acid levels were found in our patients. However, hyperoxaluric SF had a relatively higher arachidonic acid content than SF with normal urinary oxalate excretion. Changes in the fatty acid content of cell membrane have been related to a large number of cellular functions [ 1 — 5 ]. However, increased arachidonic acid in cell membranes could in theory also affect calcium excretion, by increased production of PGE2, an arachidonate metabolite, which in turn could increase urinary calcium output, intestinal calcium absorption and calcium resorption from bone [ 78 ]. Against this background Baggio et al. Our investigation aimed to test the finding of increased arachidonic acid content in red blood cell membranes of SF and to determine whether any relationship is present between the fatty acid composition of red blood cell membranes and the main...

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Fatty acids with one or more unsaturated carbons were without effect, regardless of chain length. However, the ER represents an extensive and heterogeneous network of cisternae undergoing continuous dynamic changes in morphology through active membrane trafficking events. To understand more about the progression of these events, we investigated the actions of agents that might modify the membrane and enhance the process of membrane fusion. Cells were passaged every 7 days, and media changes were performed on days 3 and 5 after passaging. Cells used in experiments had been grown for 4 days after passaging. The procedures for cell permeabilization were as described earlier Fatty acids or oxalate, with or without GTP or DIDS when present, were added immediately prior to the start of uptake or as shown in the figures. For the palmitate concentration curves, all additions of fatty acids with or without GTP were made prior to the start of the experiment. All experiments shown are typical of at least three separate experiments and in most cases, a considerably larger number. InsP 3 and A were purchased from Calbiochem. All controls contained equivalent quantities of the solvent without fatty acid. As shown in Fig. This process requires close contact between membranes 17 , 18 and the hydrolysis of GTP 7 , 8 , 13 , 32 and can be fully reversed by fatty acyl-CoA esters Our studies indicate that the GTP-activated process may represent a rapid prefusion event 16 , 24 and that, in a substantially longer period following the GTP-induced interaction, fusion between different vesicular components of the ER may take place 7 , 16 , 22 , The experiment is typical of at least 10 similar experiments. As stated earlier, the rationale for examining fatty acids was to determine whether such lipid molecules might...

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To determine if fish oil supplementation reduces endogenous oxalate synthesis in healthy subjects. Fifteen healthy non—stone-forming adults participated in this study. Subjects first abstained from using vitamins, medications, or foods enriched in omega-3 fatty acids for 30 days. Next, they collected two hour urine specimens while consuming a self-selected diet. Subjects consumed an extremely low-oxalate and normal-calcium diet for 5 days and collected hour urine specimens on the last 3 days of this diet. Next, the subjects took 2 fish oil capsules containing mg eicosapentaenoic acid and mg docosahexaenoic acid twice daily for 30 days. They consumed a self-selected diet on days 1—25 and the controlled diet on days 26— Twenty-four-hour urine samples were collected on days 28— Excretion levels of urinary analytes including oxalate and glycolate were analyzed. Although there was a significant reduction in urinary oxalate, magnesium, and potassium excretions and an increase in uric acid excretion during the controlled dietary phases compared with the self-selected diet, there were no significant differences in their excretion during controlled diet phases with and without fish oil supplementation. These results suggest that fish oil supplementation does not reduce endogenous oxalate synthesis or urinary oxalate excretion in normal adults during periods of extremely low oxalate intake. However, these results do not challenge the previously described reduction in urinary oxalate excretion demonstrated in normal subjects consuming a moderate amount of oxalate in conjunction with fish oil. Calcium oxalate is the most common type of kidney stones. Another possibility is that fish oil supplementation promotes a reduction in endogenous oxalate synthesis. Fish oil has known anti-inflammatory properties, and the latter may be associated with a reduction in oxidative stress. Oxidative stress has been proposed to increase endogenous oxalate synthesis because of the conversion of the reactive dialdehyde, glyoxal, to glyoxylate, the immediate precursor of...

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Dec 4, - Fatty acids or oxalate, with or without GTP or DIDS when present, were . of the membrane through detergent-like effects of the fatty acid. Jul 17, - membrane-associated substate that is not readily releas- able by opened . nin, ruthenium red, Hepes, DIDS, oxalate, and all fatty acids were. oxalic acid exchange attributable to an altered fatty acid pattern of membrane phospholipids with concomitant changes in oxalate transporter activity. Calcium.

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