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Biochemistry of lipids have been highlighted in this sqadia.com medical video lecture. Primarily, Bloor’s criteria, their biomedical importance along with the Bloor’s classification has been expansively talked about. Additionally, derived fatty acids, fatty acid types, saturated and unsaturated fatty acids have been delineated. Conclusively, nomenclature of fatty acids and the phenomenon of isomerism has been explicated.
Initially in this section, definition of lipids and Bloor’s criteria has been conversed about. Moreover, their biomedical importance along with the classification of lipids into fatty acids, glycerides, non-glyceride and complex lipids have been delineated. In the end, Bloor’s classification has been comprehensively explained.
The prime focus of this section is the derived lipids. Firstly, derived lipids have been expansively talked about. Following this, fatty acids have been defined and the types of fatty acids viz saturated and unsaturated has been explicated. Conclusively, examples of saturated fatty acids and their biomedical importance has been highlighted.
Unsaturated Fatty Acid
In the beginning, a few examples of unsaturated fatty acids have been mentioned. Furthermore, polyunsaturated fatty acids along with the branches chain fatty acids have been discussed. Additionally, their clinical aspect, substituted fatty acids and cyclic fatty acids have been conversed about in-detail. In the end, the curtains have been brought down by talking about the eicosanoids; Prostanoids and leukotrienes.
Nomenclature of Fatty Acids
The key objective of this section is the nomenclature of fatty acids. Primarily, nomenclature for both saturated and unsaturated fatty acids has been elaborated. Furthermore, delta signs and a few examples have been highlighted. In the end, the phenomenon of isomerism has been explicated. These include geometric and positional isomers.