Zhou Y (2019) PMP22 regulates lipid metabolism and cholesterol trafficking: The implication for hereditary peripheral neuropathies. University of Florida Thesis.
Objective: To study the extent of lipid abnormalities and to examine the underlying mechanisms, they determined the expression of lipid-related molecules, and studied morphological and functional alterations in the nerve, liver, and cultured cells from PMP22 KO mice.
Summary: The study reveals a novel role of PMP22 in regulating lipid metabolism and cholesterol trafficking, provide critical information for understanding the pathology of peripheral neuropathies, and shed light on the potential therapy for PMP22-linked neuropathies.
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