Membrane Lipid Signaling in Aging and Age-Related Disease

Other | May 1, 2003

byMattson, M.P., M.p. Mattson

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The lipids of cellular membranes not only serve roles in controlling the structure and fluidity of the membrane, but are increasingly recognized for their roles as signalling molecules and modifiers of membrane protein function. Recent studies described in this volume reveal striking changes in membrane lipids during aging and in age-related diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease and neurodegenerative disorders. Lipids including inositol phospholipids, cholesterol, sphingolipids and ceramides play important roles in signalling cellular responses to stress and specific stimuli such as growth factors, cytokines and neurotransmitters. One or more of these lipid mediators has been linked to the pathogenesis of age-related diseases.



This book provides a comprehensive review of specific membrane lipid mediators and their roles in aging and age-related disease.

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The lipids of cellular membranes not only serve roles in controlling the structure and fluidity of the membrane, but are increasingly recognized for their roles as signalling molecules and modifiers of membrane protein function. Recent studies described in this volume reveal striking changes in membrane lipids during aging and in age-...

Format:OtherDimensions:236 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:May 1, 2003Publisher:Elsevier ScienceLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0080522505

ISBN - 13:9780080522500

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1. Overview: Spatial control of signal transduction by caveolae and lipid rafts (C.J. Fielding). 2. Overview: Membrane lipid peroxidation (K. Montine, J. Quinn, T. Montine). 3. Regulation of invertebrate longevity by inositol phosphate signaling (C. Wolkow). 4. Ceramide-driven stress signals in cancer and aging (P.P. Ruvolo, C. Johnson, W.D. Jarvis). 5. Sphingolipid metabolism and signaling in atherosclerosis (S. Chatterjee, S. Martin). 6. Sphingolipid and ceramide in brain aging, neuronal plasticity and neurodegenerative disorders (M.P. Mattson, R.G. Cutler). 7. The eicosanoid pathway and brain aging (H. Manev, T. Uz). 8. Cellular cholesterol, membrane signaling and disease (J.P. Incardona). 9. Cholesterol, &bgr;-amyloid, and Alzheimer''s disease (S. Petanceska, M.A. Pappolla et al. ). 10. Phospholipase A 2 in the pathogenesis of cardiovascular disease (E. Hurt-Camejo, P. Sartipy et al. ). 11. Retinal docosahexaenoic acid, age-related diseases and glaucoma (N.G. Bazan, E. Rodriguez).