glycerolipid

glycerolipid

(glis″ĕ-rō-lip′id) [ glycero- + lipid]
A fatty molecule composed of glycerol linked esterically to a fatty acid. Glycerolipids include triglycerides and diglycerides.

glycerolipid

one of the two dominant 'families' of lipids, derived from a glycerol base.
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Ether glycerolipid (plasmalogen) biosynthesis: DHAP-ATPase, alkyl-DHAP synthase 4.
By combining advanced molecular techniques with state-of-the-art clinical research, a translational approach will be applied herein to uncover how cells coordinate glycerolipid and FA synthesis.
Analysis of GSE36935 and GSE44372 datasets revealed pathways and Gene Ontology terms primarily associated with glycerolipid metabolism, T-cell receptor signalling pathway, cytokine-cytokine receptor interaction, Jak-STAT signalling pathway, chemokine signalling pathway, pyruvate metabolism, adipo-cytokine signalling pathway, beta cell receptor signalling pathway, and glyoxylate and di-carboxylate metabolism.
At the same time, anabolic processes, such as glycerolipid production for the formation of plasma membranes, are increased during cell growth.
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Taken together, the evidence is consistent with the cue having glycerolipid or peptidoglycan-like properties.
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pcTG90 is a newly designed cationic glycerolipid that binds with plasmid DNA and can efficiently deliver genes to target organs in vivo.
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