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Phosphatidylcholine Metabolism in Nuclei of Phorbol Ester-Activated LA-N-1 Neuroblastoma Cells
The agonist stimulation of a variety of cells results in the induction of specific lipid metabolism in nuclear membranes, supporting the hypothesis of an important role of the lipids in nuclearExpand
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Retinoic acid-mediated phospholipase A2 signaling in the nucleus
Retinoic acid modulates a wide variety of biological processes including proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis. It interacts with specific receptors in the nucleus, the retinoic acidExpand
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Brain and retinal ganglioside composition from different species determined by TLC and HPTLC.
Gangliosides are compounds found in the CNS at relatively high concentrations (MORGAN et al., 1971, 1973; TETTAMANTI et al., 1972; BRECKENRIDGE, GOMBOS and MORGAN, 1972). In establishing theExpand
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Successive isolation and separation of the major lipid fractions including gangliosides from single biological samples.
Currently available techniques concerning extraction and characterization of the different lipids from biological specimens are designed for particular families and do not address consecutiveExpand
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—32P incorporation into different rat‐brain cortex neuronal and glial phospholipids was investigated. The half life of each compound was measured.
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Heat stressing stimulates nuclear protein kinase C raising diacylglycerol levels. Nuclear protein kinase C activation precedes Hsp70 mRNA expression.
Protein kinase C (pKC) activity has been studied in rat liver after subjecting animals to heat shocking. Nuclear pKC activity was stimulated owing to heat shocking without any change in the cytosolicExpand
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Exogenous gangliosides modulate calcium fluxes in cultured neuronal cells
Previous work from this and other laboratories has shown that the neuritogenic effect due to exogenous gangliosides on primary neurons in culture is accompanied by several morphological andExpand
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Factors affecting the stability of detergent-solubilized cholinephosphotransferase and ethanolaminephosphotransferase.
Cholinephosphotransferase (CPT) and ethanolaminephosphotransferase (EPT) are the enzymes catalyzing the last step of the de novo pathway for phosphatidylcholine and phosphatidylethanolamineExpand
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