Phospholipase A2

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 Phospholipase A2 is a lipolytic [[Enzyme|enzyme]] that hydrolyses the phospholipid membrane in order to create arachidonic acid, which can then lead to the production of prostaglandin H2 and leukotrienes. These are both eicosanoids, [[Lipid|lipid]] compounds that deal with injury and illness.
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Phospholipase A2 is a lipolytic [[Enzyme|enzyme]] that hydrolyses the [[phospholipid membrane|phospholipid membrane]] in order to create [[arachidonic acid|arachidonic acid]], which can then lead to the production of [[prostaglandin H2|prostaglandin H2]] and [[leukotrienes|leukotrienes]]. These are both [[eicosanoids|eicosanoids]], [[Lipid|lipid]] compounds that deal with injury and illness.

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Phospholipase A2 is a lipolytic enzyme that hydrolyses the phospholipid membrane in order to create arachidonic acid, which can then lead to the production of prostaglandin H2 and leukotrienes. These are both eicosanoids, lipid compounds that deal with injury and illness.

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