The purpose of this presentation is to review the current state of knowledge regarding 5,8,11,14-eicosatetraynoic acid (ETYA, Ro 3-1428) and its effects on lipid metabolism. Accordingly, the topics discussed include hypocholesterolemic and dermatological studies involving ETYA in both animals and man, as well as the effects of ETYA on desaturate enzymes. Metabolic studies involving ETYA are also noted. Primary interest is focused on the effects of ETYA on selected processes of arachidonate metabolism, and the effect of ETYA on inflammation, platelet aggregation and tumor growth are discussed, keeping in mind the relevance of arachidonate metabolism to these processes.
Lipids – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 1, 1979
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