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Role of fatty acids in inflammation, atherosclerosis, metabolic disorders and gout
Fatty acids (FA) are present in all types of organisms and play an important role in energy metabolism. The length and number of double bonds in the FA of membrane phospholipids determine the viscosity, the activity of transport systems and enzymes, and also the susceptibility to lipid peroxidation. The review discusses the influence of free unsaturated FAs with short and long chains on various inflammatory mechanisms, including atherosclerosis. It has been shown that FAs can reduce endothelialdoi:10.14412/1996-7012-2021-6-124-129 fatcat:mokanguyjzb3jl7xvfoniivx5q