L F Pomazanskaia

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The Folch-Lees proteolipid complexes of different purity (crude proteolipids and relative pure proteolipids) were isolated from vertebrate brain: mammalia (Macaca irus, Macaca rhesus and white rat), birds (Columbia livia), reptilia (Testudo horsfieldi), amphibia (Rana temporaria) and fishes (Salmo irideus). The proteolipid complexes were isolated by(More)
Studies have been made on fatty acid composition of phosphatidylcholine, phosphatidylethanolamine, phosphatidylserine, phosphatidylinositol and sphingomyelin from the neurons and glial cells of the brain of rats, pigeons (Columba livia) and tortoises (Testudo horsfieldi). It was shown that fatty acid composition of the phospholipids investigated in both(More)
Studies have been made on the brain lipids of the 6--7-month mammoth which remained in the eternal ice for more than 40.000 years. Thin layer chromatography of chloroformmethanol extract of the brain lipids shows that all glycerophospholipids in the brain were destroyed. On the contrary, sphingophospholipid sphingomyelin yielded the evident spot which was(More)
Sodium reabsorption is low in coldblooded animals (the lamprey Lampetra fluviatilis, red salmon Oncorhynchus nerka, carp Cyprinus carpio, frog Rana temporaria, tortoise Agryonemis horsfieldi) being much higher in warmblooded ones (chicken, pigeon, rat). High level of Na transport in warmblooded animals is paralleled by high activity of succinate(More)
Total phospholipids (PL) as well as the content of various phospholipid classes and their fatty acid composition have been investigated in the brain of mesopelagic and abyssal marine teleosts. These species were compared to shallow water ones. The brain of deep sea fishes was found to be very poor in PL as compared to the brain of mesopelagic ans surface(More)