malonyl-CoA

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mal·o·nyl-CoA

(mal'ō-nil),
The condensation product of malonic acid and coenzyme A, an intermediate in fatty acid biosynthesis.
Synonym(s): malonylcoenzyme A
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mal·o·nyl-CoA

(mal'ō-nil)
The condensation product of malonic acid and coenzyme A, an intermediate in fatty acid biosynthesis.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Since the ACC inhibitor TOFA decreases malonyl CoA while the two FASN inhibitors (C75, cerulenin) increase malonyl-CoA, it was anticipated that TOFA would enhance while C75 and cerulenin would inhibit CPT1A and fatty acid [beta]-oxidation [8, 11, 12].
He adduced that the low cholesterol could be as a result of slight reduction in lipogenesis brought about by a concomitant reduction in regulatory activities of acetyl-CoA carboxylase, an enzyme which mediates in the rate-limiting step of carboxylation of acetyle CoA to malonyl CoA in fatty acids synthesis.