Using petroleum ether to extract an antimicrobial cerebroside
from the liposoluble constituent of cervus nippon antler velvet layer was studied in this paper.
Constituents of GB that have biological effect are zeaxanthin, rutin, betaine, cerebroside
, [beta]-sitosterol, flavonoids, amino acids, minerals, vitamins (in particular, riboflavin, thiamin, and ascorbic acid), and quercetin in addition to other phenolic compounds [21,22].
Tan, "Pinelloside, an antimicrobial cerebroside
from Pinellia ternata," Phytochemistry, vol.
Isolation of flavonoids and a cerebroside
from the stem bark of Albizzia julibrissin.
Banfi, New Cerebroside
from Euphorbia peplis, Antimicrobial Activity Evaluation.
Rebuilding the balance of STAT-1 and STAT3 signalings by fusaruside, a cerebroside
compound, for the treatment of T-cell-mediated fulminant hepatitis in mice.
Mice generated with a disruption in the gene encoding cerebroside
sulfotransferase (CST; EC 2.8.2.
Galactose is an important constituent of cerebroside
that can promote brain development in infants.
Phytochemical studies of EB have revealed the presence of various compounds like coumarin, [beta]-sitosterol, cerebroside
, ceramide and quercetin 3-o-rutinoside.
developed microarrays of lipids present in the myelin sheath, including ganglioside, sulfatide, cerebroside
, sphingomyelin, and total brain lipid fractions (13).
The deficiency of arylsulphatase A leads to storage of cerebroside
sulphate in the neural tissues.