Of the following, which is the rate limiting step of lipolyisis?
Which of the following does NOT cause an increase in lipolytic activity?
The dephosphorylated form of Triglyceride Lipase is active
What is CPT1?
Carnitine Palmotyl Transferase 1
Carnitine Phoasphate Transferase 1
CoA Palmitoyl Transferase 1
How is Acetyl CoA transferred across the inner mitochondrial membrane?
CPT1 converts it to Acyl-O-Carnitine, then CPT uses Acyl CoA to transfer it back on the side of the matrix
Not gonna confuse you- that's the answer
Why does Malonyl CoA (produced by F.A production) inhibit CPT1?
Because if F.A's are being produced, the body needs them, so they don't get oxidized in the cell that produced them and waste the energy
Again, just go with it