9) The enzyme attacked only lysolecithin
but not lecithin.
These are also transported after being mixed with lipid micelles formed with the aid of bile salts, lysolecithin
, lower glycerides, and cholesterol.
2] contained in Lp(a) cleaves the excessively abundant oxidized phospholipids derived from dietary chylomicrons and remnant lipoproteins bound to their particles and releases short-chain fatty acids and lysolecithin
Impairment of endothelial-dependent arterial relaxation by lysolecithin
in modified low-density lipoproteins.
Lecithin and/or lysolecithin
is added to an animal feed including an exogenous enzyme to boost the performance of the enzyme so that a desired level of performance can be maintained while reducing the amount of exogenous enzyme that must be included in the animal feed.
Germinally transgenic tadpoles were produced by restriction enzyme-mediated integration nuclear transplantation according to Kroll and Amaya (1996), with the following modifications: sperm was purified by centrifugation on a two-layer discontinuous Percoll (Sigma) gradient before the permeabilization step, which was performed with digitonin (Sigma) instead of lysolecithin
By converting the lecithin in eggs into lysolecithin
, Maxapal A2 helps to produce an emulsion with high physical stability, high viscosity, exceptional heat stability and extended shelf life.
These bipyramidal-shaped crystals are composed of the enzyme lysolecithin
acylhydrolase, one of several eosinophilic proteins that damage respiratory epithelium and contribute to the pathology of allergy in the upper respiratory tract.
And the smoke appeared to trigger an increase in lysolecithin
in the lung (a toxic compound also found in snake venom) which shot holes in lung membranes.
However, as most quaking mouse nerve fibers have a minimal sheathing with myelin, the scientists had to create focal areas completely denuded of myelin by injecting lysolecithin