Advances in lipid research. Volume 7 by Rodolfo Paoletti, Dr. David Kritchevsky

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14. (left) Radioactivity (small white dots) in inner half of normal rabbit aortic wall 4 days after injection of 2 mCi of cholesterol-H 3 . Autoradiography, dark ground, x 236. (Reproduced by permission of the editor of J. ) FlG. 15. (right) Radioactivity (black dots) in atheromatous plaque of cholesterol-fed rabbit. Autoradiograph, partly polarized light, X 2360. ) 35 Lipid Hist o chemistry tion (Baserga and NemerofF, 1962), the lowermost layer could be used to detect H 3 in the cholesterol nucleus, while the uppermost would track C 14 (particle track 40-60 μ) in the fatty acid chain of a cholesterol ester.

1962; Adams, 1967); thus, it would not be unreasonable to suppose that local synthesis of lipotrophic phospholipid is impaired in the senescent larger human artery. As a result of such 40 C. W . M. ADAMS impaired synthesis, it can be inferred that the outward micellar transport of lipid across the arterial wall would be impeded. The corollary is that lipid would accumulate in the inner arterial wall, as in the atherosclerotic vessel. However, before such an atherogenic mechanism can be entertained, it is necessary to show that cholesterol does in fact filter from inside outward across the normal arterial wall.

3. Lipid Storage Diseases Histochemical study of rectal, appendicular or sural nerve biopsies may provide useful knowledge about the accumulated lipids and metabolic derangements in certain storage diseases (Bodian and Lake, 1963; Dayan, 1967b; Lake, 1968b; Sourander and Olsson, 1968; see Adams, 1965d). Such histological and histochemical studies may in themselves be conclusive or indicate the need for histological and chemical study of a brain biopsy (see Blackwood and Cumings, 1966). Hirsch and Peifer's (1957) cresyl violet method for sulfatide is particularly valuable for detecting deposits of this lipid in peripheral nerves and other organs (Wolfe and Pietra, 1964) in metachromatic Lipid Histochemistry 41 leucodystrophy (sulfatide lipidosis).

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