Studies on carotenoid-containing lipoproteins isolated from the eggs and ovaries of certain marine invertebrates.

@article{Zagalsky1967StudiesOC,
  title={Studies on carotenoid-containing lipoproteins isolated from the eggs and ovaries of certain marine invertebrates.},
  author={P. F. Zagalsky and D. F. Cheesman and H. Ceccaldi},
  journal={Comparative biochemistry and physiology},
  year={1967},
  volume={22 3},
  pages={
          851-71
        }
}
Abstract 1. 1. Carotenoid-protein complexes were purified from the ovaries of Cancer pagurus and Pecten maximus, and from the eggs of Plesionika edwardsi, and their general properties recorded. 2. 2. The compositions of the proteins are similar to those of ovoverdin, the lobster egg (and ovary) carotenoid-protein. All are glycolipoproteins of large molecular size, rich in phospholipids and cholesterol, containing only mannose and glucosamine in the carbohydrate component, with a high content in… Expand
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Carotenoid—Protein Complexes
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