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TGMAC     [(3S,8S,9S,10R,13R,14S,17R)- 10,13-dimethyl...

Synonyms: Tris-gal-chol, CHEMBL2028666, AC1L5BNA, 91202-79-8
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  • The possibility of increasing the interaction of LDL or liposomes with specific liver cell types by Tris-Gal-Chol might also have an application for targeting drugs or other compounds of interest to these cells [1].
  • The increased interaction of LDL with the cells upon Tris-Gal-Chol incorporation is followed by degradation of the apolipoprotein B in the lysosomes [1].
  • The increased interaction of HDL with the parenchymal cells upon Tris-Gal-Chol incorporation is followed by degradation of the apolipoprotein in the lysosomes [2].
  • Incorporation of 5 or 13 micrograms of Tris-Gal-Chol into HDL (20 micrograms of protein) stimulates the liver association of the HDL apoprotein radioactivity 24- and 55-fold, respectively, at 10 min after intravenous injection into rats [2].
  • It is concluded that Tris-Gal-Chol incorporation into LDL or HDL leads to a markedly increased catabolism of LDL by way of the Kupffer cells and HDL by parenchymal cells which might be used for lowering serum cholesterol levels [2].

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