The detection of these sphingolipids
in blood plasma allows the noninvasive monitoring of these and related compounds.
2]/PNPLA isoforms include lipid hydrolases or transacylases with specificities for diverse lipids such as phospholipids, neutral lipids, sphingolipids
, and retinol esters.
Jabbar, Lipoxygenase Inhibitory Sphingolipids
from Launaea nudicaulis, Asian Nat.
It consists of complex bioactive components such as phospholipids, sphingolipids
, gangliosides and proteins,' Andersen said.
Ceramides as bioactive sphingolipids
are described as molecules with a capability to modulate the balance between the proliferation of the cell and the programmed cell death (Radin, 2001; Senchenkov et al.
Ceramides are components of specialized lipid molecules called sphingolipids
, an essential element of human skin.
Sphingomyelin is the most abundant of the 7 types of sphingolipids
, constituting approximately 5-6 mol % of total lipids.
FAs are components of most cellular lipids, such as glycerolipids, sphingolipids
and cholesterol esters.
in cardiovascular diseases and metabolic disorders.
A 50 [micro]l aliquot was used for Agilent 6410B Triple Quadrupole LCMS testing to analyze sphingolipids
, and another 50 [micro]l was used for Thermo Scientific HPLC-LTQ/FTICRMS testing to analyze phosphoglycerides, glycerides and sphingomyelins.
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Each chapter addresses one of seven major lipid classes--fatty acids, eicosanoids and bioactive lipid mediators, fatty acyl esters and amides, glycerol esters, glycerophospholipids, sphingolipids
, and steroids--with details on the pathways of formation of major product ions and ions used for structural characterization.