The chief enzyme involved in fatty acid biosynthesis. They include cerulenin, a natural products produced by the fungi Sarocladium oryzae.

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Why our body does not produce polyunsaturated fatty acids?

Our body does not produce two polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA): linoleic acid and alfa-linolenic acid. I am thinking reasons for it. Saturated fatty acids have more energy than unsaturated. ...
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naturally occuring fatty acids

The double bonds in naturally occurring fatty acids present in our body are in cis configuration while the enzymes for beta oxidation can act on trans double bond. Then what will be the significance ...
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Fatty Acid Synthesis

I have a problem in my reasoning on the fatty acid synthesis in the human body. In the synthesis proces you have this dimere or dimeer or I don't know how you call it in English, and it excists out ...
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Does fat on our heart come from the fat that we eat?

If we eat fat: Does the fat go into heart, arteries and fat cells. OR Is the fat digested, following which our body creates fat that goes into heart, arteries and fat cells. Which one is right?
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How can eating bacon not make me fat? [closed]

This page says it won't. This page says it's the carb again http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-10454/in-defense-of-bacon-why-eating-fat-can-help-you-get-thin.html I don't see how eating fat will not ...
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Do Fatty Acid Synthase Inhibitors Selectively induce Apoptosis in Cancer cells without inducing the same in healthy human cells?

Do Fatty Acid Synthase (FAS) Inhibitors (e.g. cerulenin) selectively induce apoptosis in cancer cells without inducing the same in healthy human cells?