lactosyl ceramide

lactosyl ceramide

[‚lak·tə‚sil ′ser·ə‚mīd]
(biochemistry)
A neutral glycosphingolipid that is abundant in leukocyte membranes.
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The p phenotype results from an inability to synthesize globotriaosyl ceramide from lactosyl ceramide. Erythrocytes of the p erythrocytes contain no detectable globotriaosyl ceramide or globoside, and their content of lactosyl ceramide was increased 2.5-3 fold.
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.