9) With this work he had been the first to show that glycolipids
are located in the cell membrane and that Sia is exposed on the cell membrane.
In this connection, a glycolipid
moiety, glycosyl phosphatidyl inositol (GPI) from P.
Invariant natural killer T cells recognize glycolipids
from pathogenic Gram-positive bacteria.
The crystal structure of human CD1b with a bound bacterial glycolipid
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Alterations in glycolipids
of wheat and barley leaves under water stress.
Novel extracellular glycolipids
by Peudomonas frederiksbergiensis.
7 Sialic acid is a terminal component of the non-reducing end of carbohydrate chains of glycoproteins and glycolipids
The primary stain for this technique is carbol fuchsin, and the secondary stain is malachite green while the molecular basis of Gimenez staining remains to be determined, it is known that the basic dye carbol fuchsin is retained by the acid fast bacteria, typically mycobacteria, which have a complex envelope composed of glycolipids
and glycopeptido lipids (16).
Autoimmunological and degradative processes, accompanying type 1 diabetes, increase the catabolism of glycoconjugates (glycoproteins, glycolipids
and proteoglycans) which may be reflected by the increase in the activity of lysosomal hydrolases and among them--exoglycosidases .
In addition, prenatal diagnosis of lysosomal storage disease can be made by analysis of glycolipids
and oligosaccharides in the amniotic fluid using a method called "electrospray ion tandem mass spectrometry" (14).
In biological systems, the lipophilic moiety will intercalate in biomembranes whereas the hydrophilic sugar chains are outside of the membrane interacting with glycoproteins and glycolipids
Red blood cells contain a series of glycoproteins and glycolipids
on their surface which constitute the blood group antigens.