The relationship between nuclear magnetic resonance-visible lipids, lipid droplets, and cell proliferation in cultured C6 cells.

@article{Barba1999TheRB,
  title={The relationship between nuclear magnetic resonance-visible lipids, lipid droplets, and cell proliferation in cultured C6 cells.},
  author={Ignasi Barba and M. E. Caba{\~n}as and Carles Ar{\'u}s},
  journal={Cancer research},
  year={1999},
  volume={59 8},
  pages={1861-8}
}
There is an ongoing controversy about the subcellular origin of the fatty acyl chains that give rise to the NMR visible mobile lipids (MLs) resonance at approximately 1.24 ppm in the 1H spectra of cells and solid tumors. Some groups have been supporting the hypothesis that triglycerides originating MLs are isotropically tumbling in small membrane… CONTINUE READING