Non-methylene-interrupted fatty acids from marine invertebrates: Occurrence, characterization and biological properties.

@article{Barnathan2009NonmethyleneinterruptedFA,
  title={Non-methylene-interrupted fatty acids from marine invertebrates: Occurrence, characterization and biological properties.},
  author={Gilles Barnathan},
  journal={Biochimie},
  year={2009},
  volume={91 6},
  pages={671-8}
}
Marine organisms, in particular invertebrates, have proved to be a major source of unique fatty acid (FA) structures originating from unusual biosynthetic pathways. Among them, non-methylene-interrupted (NMI) FA occur in various molluscs in the wide ranges of concentrations (up to 20%), such as the most often encountered 20:2 Delta5,11, 20:2 Delta5,13, 22:2 Delta7,13 or 22:2 Delta7,15. Such NMI FA have also been reported from algae, echinoderms, sponges, tropical rays, and many other… CONTINUE READING
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