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.
Kim, "Analysis of fatty acyl groups of diacyl galactolipid molecular species by HPLC/ESI-MS with in-source fragmentation," Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society, vol.
Christensen, "An antiinflammatory galactolipid from rose hip (Rosa canina) that inhibits chemotaxis of human peripheral blood neutrophils in vitro," Journal of Natural Products, vol.
Popko, "Genetic dissection of myelin galactolipid function," Journal of Neurocytology, vol.
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." But GOPO content is not specified.
In grass fed ruminants, the major dietary lipids are chloroplast membrane containing galactolipid, sulpholipid and phospholipids (Harfoot,1981).
Rose hip contains antioxidant nutrients and an anti-inflammatory galactolipid. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an inflammatory disease where activated cells release reactive oxygen substances.
Effect of stress nitric oxide (NO): interaction between chlorophyll fluorescence, galactolipid fluidity and lipoxygenase activity.