Comparative 5-doxylstearoyllecithin and 3-doxylcholestane EPR spin labeling study of phospholipid bilayer perturbation by different oxidized lecithin species.

@article{Megli2010Comparative5A,
  title={Comparative 5-doxylstearoyllecithin and 3-doxylcholestane EPR spin labeling study of phospholipid bilayer perturbation by different oxidized lecithin species.},
  author={F. M. Megli and E. Conte and Luciana Russo},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2010},
  volume={1798 10},
  pages={
          1886-98
        }
}
A 3-doxylcholestane spin label was employed in addition to 5-doxylstearoyl lecithin for a more detailed study of the different effects exerted by variously oxidized lecithins on fatty acid alignment in phospholipid planar bilayers. Either spin label was enclosed in oriented PLPC planar samples also containing in turn a variety of conjugated-dienes lecithins and cleaved chain lecithins, in order to monitor EPR spectral angular dependence loss. Data obtained by use of arachidonoyl-hydroxystearoyl… Expand
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