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Lipid analysis of the glycoinositol phospholipid membrane anchor of human erythrocyte acetylcholinesterase. Palmitoylation of inositol results in resistance to phosphatidylinositol-specific
The glycoinositol phospholipid membrane anchor of human erythrocyte acetylcholinesterase (EC 3.1.7) contains a novel inositol phosphate which is shown to be a plasmanylinositol that is palmitoylated on theInositol ring. Expand
Intestinal absorption of menhaden and rapeseed oils and their fatty acid methyl and ethyl esters in the rat.
There was little selectivity in the uptake among the oligo- and poly-unsaturated fatty acids of menhaden oil, when either oil or esters were fed, and the slower absorption of the fatty acids from the alkyl ester feeding is hypothetically attributed to a lower efficiency of the phosphatidic acid pathway. Expand
Isolation and identification of glycated aminophospholipids from red cells and plasma of diabetic blood
Using normal phase HPLC with on‐line electrospray mass spectrometry, glycated ethanolamine phospholipids were found to make up 10–16% of the total phosphatidylethanolamine (PE) of the red blood cells and plasma of the diabetic subjects. Expand
Lipolysis of menhaden oil triacylglycerols and the corresponding fatty acid alkyl esters by pancreatic lipase in vitro: a reexamination.
It is concluded that in the presence of a large excess of lipase the liberated fatty acids would approach the composition of the dietary alkyl or glyceryl esters, as observed during lumenal lipolysis. Expand
Studies on the substrate specificity of purified human milk bile salt-activated lipase.
It is concluded that the bile salt-activated lipase may possess a special potential for a rapid release of short chain and polyunsaturated fatty acids from dietary triacylglycerols in the intestinal lumen of infants. Expand
Identification of the more complex triacylglycerols in bovine milk fat by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry using polar capillary columns.
The fourth most volatile 2.5% molecular distillate of butteroil obtained by redistillation of the most volatile 10% cut was examined by gas chromatography on a polar capillary column (RSL-300) with electron impact and chemical ionization mass spectrometry to derive the quantitative composition of the triacylglycerol species making up the various peaks obtained. Expand
Origin of triacylglycerol moiety of plasma very low density lipoproteins in the rat: structural studies.
The data suggest that a minimum of 60% of the VLDL TG could have been derived via hydrolysis to DG and reesterification, and a maximum of 40% could have originated via the conventional phosphatidic acid pathway. Expand
General strategies in chromatographic analysis of lipids.
  • J. J. Myher, A. Kuksis
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of chromatography. B, Biomedical…
  • 15 September 1995
Although personal preference cannot be eliminated entirely, the general strategies outlined below should help to reduce the number of possibilities facing a lipid analyst to a few practical choices. Expand
Contribution of de novo fatty acid synthesis to very low density lipoprotein triacylglycerols: evidence from mass isotopomer distribution analysis of fatty acids synthesized from [2H6]ethanol.
The distribution of deuterium among the molecular species of the liver-TG and VLDL-TG during the infusion of perdeuterated ethanol along with fructose or glucose and during the provision of either glucose or fructose in the drinking water for 2 weeks was determined. Expand
Molecular species of glycerophospholipids and sphingomyelins of human erythrocytes: Improved method of analysis
This study reports the application of modern methods of molecular species analysis in determination of the structure of both major and minor glycerophospholipids and sphingomyelins of humanExpand