Research has provided important insights into the molecular mechanisms of RCT, which facilitate the development of novel therapies based on pharmacologic enhancement of RCT. Effect of SSR on lipoprotein fractions for secondary prevention. Figure 2. Reverse cholesterol transport is a mechanism by which the body removes excess cholesterol from peripheral tissues and delivers them to the liver, where it will be redistributed to other tissues or removed from the body by the gallbladder. Data from the PEPI study [JAMA (1995), 273, 199-208] of 349 women treated with conjugated equine estrogen (CEE) or CEE + medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA). Fig1: The reverse cholesterol transport pathway delivers free cholesterol from macrophages or other cells to the liver or intestine for excretion. National Center for Biotechnology Information, Unable to load your collection due to an error, Unable to load your delegates due to an error. Altered composition and functional profile of high-density lipoprotein in leprosy patients. The major apoprotein constituents of HDL are the A apoproteins (AI, AII, AIV), which are responsible for modulating HDL metabolism. This receptor mediates selective uptake of HDL lipid. Copyright © 2020 Elsevier B.V. or its licensors or contributors. In this paradigm, cholesterol is transferred from arterial macrophages to extracellular HDL through the action of transporters such as ATP-binding cassette transporter A1 and ATP-binding cassette transporter G1. Quantification of dynamic flux through the macrophage RCT pathway, although methodologically challenging, would be immensely valuable to the assessment of HDL metabolism in the setting of pharmacotherapy. The removal of excess cholesterol from macrophage-derived foam cells present in atherosclerotic plaques is particularly important. The ABCA1 transporter ensures the efflux of free cholesterol and phospholipids to nonlipidated apolipoproteins allowing genesis of nascent discoidal HDL [14]. HDL-C is considered "good cholesterol" because of the physiologic function it performs in "reverse cholesterol transport." Here we describe a simplified version of reverse cholesterol transport, how this has been modified by new research into HDL, and we explain the effect of raising or lowering insulin and insulin sensitivity on RCT. With SSR, LDL cholesterol, apoB, and lipoprotein (a) decrease, and HDL2-C, total HDL-C, apoA1, and triglyceride (TG) increase (Figs. The design of future therapeutic strategies to improve RCT will have to be formulated in the context of these dual RCT mechanisms and the role of FC bioavailability. HDL has varying degrees of dysfunction reflected in impaired reverse cholesterol transport (RCT). Akihiro Inazu, in The HDL Handbook (Third Edition), 2017. USA.gov. Video navigatie menu. SR-B1-/- mice, which have impaired trans-hepatic FC transport, are characterized by high plasma levels of a dysfunctional FC-rich HDL that increases plasma FC bioavailability in a way that produces whole-body hypercholesterolemia and multiple pathologies. The gatekeeper of RCT and HDL generation is an ATP-binding cassette transporter called ABCA1. HDL biogenesis starts with the formation of the nascent discoidal HDL through apoA-I and ABCA1, a specific transporter molecule that facilitates the transfer of phospholipids and cholesterol to apoA-I. cholesterol and its fractions, such as reverse cholesterol transport, receptors and transcription factors involved, such as PPARs and their r ole related to exercise, deserve further discussion. In research laboratories, HDL particles can be subfractionated according to size and density by ultracentrifugation and gradient electrophoresis (22). Reverse cholesterol transport (RCT) is the process by which cholesterol is removed from peripheral tissues, through its incorporation into HDL lipoproteins and subsequent transport to the liver for biliary excretion. Within peripheral cells, ACAT and CEH (Figure 96-1) maintain the balance between free cholesterol and CE (18). Traditional Model of RCT in the Context of Atheroprotection (Adapted from Glomset and…, Revised RCT Model. Although bone marrow transplantation studies revealed that macrophage does not represent a predominant source of circulating HDL-C [20], inactivation of ABCA1 in macrophages results in a marked increase in atherosclerotic lesion development [21]. Reverse Cholesterol Transport: Molecular Mechanisms and the Non-medical Approach to Enhance HDL Cholesterol Dyslipidemia (high concentrations of LDL-c and low concentrations of HDL-c) is a major cause of cardiovascular events, which are the leading cause of death in the world. Reverse cholesterol transport (RCT) is a pathway by which accumulated cholesterol is transported from the vessel wall to the liver for excretion, thus preventing atherosclerosis. Atorvastatin and Fenofibrate Increase the Content of Unsaturated Acyl Chains in HDL and Modify In Vivo Kinetics of HDL-Cholesteryl Esters in New Zealand White Rabbits. HDL and Reverse Cholesterol Transport Mechanisms Under Physiological Conditions One of the antiatherogenic effects of HDL has been attributed to its function in macrophage reverse cholesterol transport (RCT), i.e., the removal of excess cholesterol from lipid-laden macrophage foam cells in the atherosclerotic plaque and its transport to the liver for excretion in the bile (Rader 2006). This heterogeneous population can be divided into two subclasses by ultracentrifugation: HDL2 (1.063 to 1.125 g/mL) and HDL3 (1.125 to 1.21 g/mL). HDLs are a complex group of diverse lipoproteins that can contain many different protein constituents and carry out diverse functions related to the return of cholesterol: secretion of cholesterol from the cells, esterification of cholesterol in the plasma, transfer of cholesterol to other lipoproteins, and return of cholesterol from the peripheral tissues to the liver for excretion in the bile. Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. Lipid-rich HDLs can enter the hepatocytes through an apoA-I receptor, where it can transfer cholesterol and cholesterol esters to distinct pools within the cell. The effects on lipoprotein profiles of estrogen, various estrogen/progestin combinations, and selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs) are qualitatively generally similar but differ quantitatively. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. ApoA-I, either synthesized in the liver or spontaneously released by CMs, is the major protein component of HDL in the plasma and determines most of its functions. ABCA1-expressing cells extrude FC and PL via the interaction of…, NLM R. Zamora, F.J. Hidalgo, in Encyclopedia of Food and Health, 2016. The other pathway is the HDL receptor(s)-mediated pathway. Reverse cholesterol transport ABC-transporter A1 Scavenger receptor class B type I: Abstract: Atherosclerosis is the major cause of death in the Western society due to the development of acute clinical events such as myocardial infarction and cerebral stroke. 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