Does hydrogen bonding contribute to lipoperoxidation-dependent membrane fluidity variation? An EPR-spin labeling study.

@article{Conte2015DoesHB,
  title={Does hydrogen bonding contribute to lipoperoxidation-dependent membrane fluidity variation? An EPR-spin labeling study.},
  author={E. Conte and E. Bardi and I. Losito and C. Annese and F. Ciminale and F. M. Megli},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2015},
  volume={1848 10 Pt A},
  pages={
          2040-9
        }
}
This study is aimed at making clear the relationship between oxidative stress of the phospholipid bilayer and membrane fluidity. Di-(hydroperoxylinoleoyl)-phosphatidylcholine (diHpLPC) was used as a highly hydroperoxidized and unsaturated phospholipid species in order to investigate the issue. Hydrophylic Interaction Liquid Chromatography-ElectroSpray Ionization-Mass Spectrometry (HILIC-ESI-MS) and NMR spectroscopy were employed to define the structure of the peroxidized phospholipid as 1-(9… Expand

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