cerebroside


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cerebroside

[′ser·ə·brō‚sīd]
(biochemistry)
Any of a complex group of glycosides found in nerve tissue, consisting of a hexose, a nitrogenous base, and a fatty acid. Also known as galactolipid.
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have isolated two antibacterial cerebrosides, designated cerebroside 1 and 2, from chloroform-methanol (1:1) extract of Fusarium sp.
This fraction contained cholesterol ester, triglyceride, cholesterol, phosphatidylcholine, ceramide, and cerebroside.
Because saposin B is known to stimulate the hydrolysis of cerebroside sulfate, the storage product of MLD, we expected that it would be increased in plasma from MLD-affected individuals; however, this was not the case.
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Eicosenoic acid is important in the production of cerebrosides, which are components of nerve membranes and the "white substance" of the brain.
2008), cerebrosides (Kawai and Ikeda, 1985) and lectins (Chumkhunthod et al.
The first part of the volume is organized by chemical class, covering monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes, triterpenes & steroids, essential oils, phenolic compounds, phenylpropanoids, coumarins, flavonoids, quinones & benzophenones, xanthones & anthranoids, lignans & stilbenes, tannins, alkaloids, and ceramides & cerebrosides.
Neosynthesis of Epidermal Lipids (%) Control 1% organic white Lupine extract Polar lipids 100 104 Ceramides 100 144 Cholesterol 100 200 Di and Triglycerides 100 100 Cerebrosides 100 120 Cholesterol sulfate 100 145 Note: Table made from bar graph.