The neutral and acidic glyceroglucolipids from gastric mucous barrier of rat-stomach antrum, body and forestomach.

@article{Slomiany1980TheNA,
  title={The neutral and acidic glyceroglucolipids from gastric mucous barrier of rat-stomach antrum, body and forestomach.},
  author={B. L. Slomiany and Nina I. Galicki and Koichi Kojima and Amalia Slomiany},
  journal={European journal of biochemistry},
  year={1980},
  volume={111 1},
  pages={
          259-63
        }
}
Distribution of glyceroglucolipids in the mucous barrier of rat-stomach antrum, body and forestomach was investigated. Surface mucus lining and preformed intracellular mucus were obtained by perfusion in vivo of the ligated stomach compartments wit saline and 2 M NaCl. Lipids were extracted from dialyzed and lyophilized samples, and separated on DEAE-Sephadex into neutral and acidic fractions. The glyceroglucolipids contained in each fraction were quantified and then separated into individual… 
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