Significantly high synthetic activities of cholesterol sulfate in the nasal, oral and tracheal mucosae of guinea pigs.


Cholesterol sulfate (CS) is widely distributed in mammalian tissues and various physiological roles for it have been suggested, but the presence of CS in the nasal tissues has not yet been reported. This is the first report in which the CS content and the activity of its regulatory enzymes, cholesterol sulfotransferase (CST) and cholesterol sulfate… (More)


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