galactolipid


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galactolipid

A glycolipid with galactose as a sugar, which unlike a glycosphingolipid lacks nitrogen. Glycolipids are found in high concentrations in myelin sheaths and in the CNS.

galactolipid, galactolipin

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A specific galactolipid (l,2-di-O-[alpha]-linolenoyl-3-O-[beta]-D-galactopyranosyl-sn-glycerol; GOPO) isolated from rose hip powder by bioassay-guided fractionation and has been shown in vitro to reduce chemotaxis of peripheral blood polymorphonuclear leukocytes and monocytes, and therefore could play an important role as a mediator of the pain reducing property of rose hips (Larsen et al.
The amount of GOPO in the used Litozin[R] was not analysed, but according to previous investigations, the estimated total amount of this bioactive galactolipid in lOg standardised Rosa canina powder is approximately 2.
The galactolipid GOPO mediates beneficial effects of rose hip on arthritis by reducing chemokine and interleukine production in macrophages and chondrocytes, Int.
Apart from vitamins C and E, a galactolipid isolated from a certain rose hip cultivar (Larsen et al.
The extract was subjected to silica gel column chromatography using the solvent system chloroform for neutral lipids, acetone for galactolipids and methanol for phospholipid fractions.
Normally, the toxic galactolipids that are formed during white matter myelination are hydrolyzed by [beta]-galactocerebrosidase.
A novel patatin-like gene stimulated by drought stress encodes a galactolipids acyl hydrolase.
Dietary lipids entering the rumen are usually triglycerides, phospholipids and galactolipids.
Anti-inflammatory and chondro-protective effects of rose hip powder and its constituent galactolipids GOPO.
The oat oil contains a large number of natural polar lipids such as galactolipids.
The enzymes encoded by these genes remove a galactose residue from plant cell walls and other plant components, including galactolipids in membranes.