galactolipid


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galactolipid

[gə¦lak·tə′lip·id]
(biochemistry)
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2002) A myelin galactolipid, sulfatide, is essential for maintenance of ion channels on myelinated axon but not essential for initial cluster formation.
An anti-inflammatory galactolipid from rose hip (Rosa canina) that inhibits chemotaxis of human peripheral blood neutrophils in vitro.
A We now have quite good research on using extracts from a specific species of rosehip, one that contains the powerful anti-inflammatory ingredient galactolipid, or Gopo for short.
Lead exposure affects levels of galactolipid metabolic enzymes in the developing rat brain.
The proposed mechanism of action includes antioxidant function and anti-inflammatory action of a specific galactolipid called "GOPO.
In grass fed ruminants, the major dietary lipids are chloroplast membrane containing galactolipid, sulpholipid and phospholipids (Harfoot,1981).
Effect of stress nitric oxide (NO): interaction between chlorophyll fluorescence, galactolipid fluidity and lipoxygenase activity.
Hansen's discovery got the attention of the scientific community, and the active galactolipid compound was identified and special rose hip plants were cultivated to produce fruit high in this key compound.
2007) and by studies on human articular ceils showing that the present rose hip powder and the galactolipid GOPO in particular show anti-inflammatory and chondro-protective properties (Schwager et al.
LitoZin contains a galactolipid compound called GOPO, which has anti-inflammatory properties.