lactosyl ceramide

lactosyl ceramide

[‚lak·tə‚sil ′ser·ə‚mīd]
(biochemistry)
A neutral glycosphingolipid that is abundant in leukocyte membranes.
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Erythrocytes of the p erythrocytes contain no detectable globotriaosyl ceramide or globoside, and their content of lactosyl ceramide was increased 2.
The major neutral GSLs of tonsil lymphocytes are glucosyl ceramide, lactosyl ceramide, trihexasoyl ceramide and globoside.
Antibodies against lactosyl ceramide and trihexaosyl ceramide reacted moe strongly than with adult cells.