Supervisor: SZABÓ, Éva
Lipids form a very heterogeneous group that play an important role in the human body. They are important not only in building up membranes and as energy storage, but intensive research in recent years has highlighted the fact that they also play a key role in various signalling processes. During pregnancy, from fertilization to childbirth, very rapid and intense changes take place in the body of both the mother and the fetus, which of course also affect lipids. To better understand the biochemical background of both physiological and pathological processes, it is essential to monitor changes in lipids during pregnancy.