N-methyl groups in bacterial lipids. 3. Phospholipids of hyphomicrobia.

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The phospholipids of Hyphomicrobium vulgare NQ-521 have been separated by preparative thin-layer chromatography and analyzed by paper chromotography of the water-soluble products of acid and mild alkaline hydrolysis. The principal phospholipids are phosphatidyl ethanolamine (23%), phosphatidyl N,N'-dimethylethanolamine (36%), lecithin (29%), and… (More)

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@article{Goldfine1968NmethylGI, title={N-methyl groups in bacterial lipids. 3. Phospholipids of hyphomicrobia.}, author={Harvey L Goldfine and P. Martin van Hagen}, journal={Journal of bacteriology}, year={1968}, volume={95 2}, pages={367-75} }