[Metabolism of glycolipids in the rat brain during acute and chronic ethanol administration].

Abstract

Increase in content of sulfatides I and II and a decrease in cerebrosides was found in brain of rats after acute alcoholization with 25% ethanol, 4 g/kg, intragastric administration. In this case incorporation of 1,2-14C-ethanol into cerebrosides II and III was decreased. Content of sulfatides I was increased, while specific radioactivity of cerebrosides III--decreased as a result of chronic alcohol intoxication (25% ethanol, intragastric administration, 7 g/kg daily within 21 days).

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@article{Selevich1989MetabolismOG, title={[Metabolism of glycolipids in the rat brain during acute and chronic ethanol administration].}, author={M. I. Selevich}, journal={Voprosy medit︠s︡inskoĭ khimii}, year={1989}, volume={35 5}, pages={75-8} }