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New perspectives on the function of myelin galactolipids
A defining feature of the vertebrate nervous system is the ensheathment of axons by myelin, a multilamellar membrane containing a small group of proteins and an abundance of the galactolipidExpand
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A case of juvenile lipidosis: Electron microscopic, histochemical and biochemical studies
SummaryElectron microscopic, histochemical and biochemical studies of a case of juvenile lipidosis have been presented. The neuronal inclusions were mostly unit membranebound with fingerprint-likeExpand
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Ultrastructural study of neuronal cytoplasmic inclusions produced by hypocholesterolemic Drug, AY 9944
SummaryIntraperitoneal injections of a hypocholesterolemic drug, AY9944 produced neuronal cytoplasmic inclusions in the brain of Wistar strain of rats.The inclusions were numerous and larger in sizeExpand
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Exciplex-triplet energy transfer: A new method to achieve extremely efficient organic light-emitting diode with external quantum efficiency over 30% and drive voltage below 3 V
A novel approach to enhance the power efficiency of an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) by employing energy transfer from an exciplex to a phosphorescent emitter is reported. It was found thatExpand
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Mechanism for the Direct Oxidation of Benzene to Phenol by FeO
Reaction pathways and energetics for the conversion of benzene to phenol by FeO+ in the gas phase are discussed using density functional theory calculations at the B3LYP/6-311+G** level of theory.Expand
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Ganglioside Structure, Function, and Biomedical Potential
Plenary Lectures.- Wonders in Glycolipids - A Historical View.- Present Status of the Immunology of Gangliosides.- Use of Cell Cultures in Ganglioside Research.- Structure Analysis and PhysicalExpand
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Chronic hexosaminidase A and B deficiency
The leukocytes and fibroblasts from a mildly retarded 10‐year‐old girl who had a slowly progressive motor dysfunction showed absence of hexosaminidase A and B activities. Leukocytes from herExpand
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Neurochemical Aspects of Mucopolysaccharidoses
Mucopolysaccharidoses are defined in this chapter as inherited disorders, which result in the abnormal accumulation of mucopolysaccharides or glycoproteins in the body. This definition, somewhatExpand
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