Phase behavior of carbamyloxyphosphatidylcholine, a sphingolipid analogue.

  title={Phase behavior of carbamyloxyphosphatidylcholine, a sphingolipid analogue.},
  author={W. Curatolo and A. Bali and C. Gupta},
  journal={Journal of pharmaceutical sciences},
  volume={74 12},
  • W. Curatolo, A. Bali, C. Gupta
  • Published 1985
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of pharmaceutical sciences
  • The phase behavior of two series of phosphatidylcholines (PC) possessing carbamyloxy-linked fatty acids has been studied by differential scanning calorimetry. These non-natural phosphatidylcholines are of interest because they possess the capability of forming interlipid hydrogen bonds via the carbamyloxy function and as such can serve as a model for sphingolipids, the phase behavior of which is thought to be dominated by interlipid hydrogen bonding. Furthermore, carbamyloxyphosphatidylcholines… CONTINUE READING
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