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NUTR.4060 Biochemistry of Lipids(Formerly 36.406)

Id: 004799 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


This advanced course in the nutritional biochemistry and physiology of lipids will detail the role of lipids in the normal and pathological processes at both the cellular and whole organism level. Topics will range from general discussions of the digestion, absorption and transport of lipids to the role of eicosanoids and lipid soluble antioxidants during normal and diseased states, such as atherosclerosis, diabetes and hypertension. Subject matter will also include a discussion of the various interventions for the prevention and treatment of certain of these disease states. There will also be discussion of the current issues in lipid nutrition.


Pre-Reqs: NUTR 2060 Human Nutrition, HSCI 3500 Human Biochemistry.

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