The products of mild alkaline and mild acid hydrolysis of plasmalogens.

@article{Pietruszko1962ThePO,
  title={The products of mild alkaline and mild acid hydrolysis of plasmalogens.},
  author={Regina Pietruszko and Gregory M. Gray},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={1962},
  volume={56},
  pages={
          232-9
        }
}
Lysoplasmalogen with α,β-unsaturated ether structure is the sole product of the hydrolysis of choline and ethanolamine plasmalogens in 0.5 N aquaeous and 0.1 N methanoliic NaOH and also of the hydrolysis of choline plasmalogen with snake venom. Treatment of lysoplasmalogen with 90% acetic acid results in formation of cyclic acetal phospholipid. This compound has been isolated and characterized. Evidence for the occurrence of glyceryl ethers in lecithin and kephalin fractions from ox heart has… CONTINUE READING