glycerophosphocholine


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glyc·er·o·phos·pho·cho·line

(glis'ĕr-ō-fos'fō-kō'lēn),
A component of phosphatidylcholines (lecithins), in which the two OH's of glycerophosphocholine are esterified with fatty acids.

glycerophosphocholine

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GPC

A metabolite of lecithin. It is a phospholipid precursor.
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2]; 3: Lactate (Lac); 4: Alanine (Ala); 5: Glutamine (Gln), Glutamic acid (Glu); 6: Creatine (Cr); 7: Choline (Cho), Phosphocholine (PC); 8: Glycerophosphocholine (GPC); 9: Taurine (Tau); 10: Glycine (Gly); 11: [beta]-Glucose ([beta]-Glc); 12: Uridine 5'-diphospho-N- acetylglucosamine or Uridine 5'-diphospho-N-acetylgalactosamine (UDP); 13: Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide 2'- diphosphate ([NADP.
Significant cellular injury has also been documented through decreased N-acetylaspartate and glycerophosphocholine levels.
The term "phospholipase B" was first described by Contardi and Ercoli (1) in 1933 as lecithase B, which attacked an acyl--ester bond of lysolecithin and produced one mole each of fatty acid and glycerophosphocholine (GPC).
Glycerophosphocholine (GPC) is vital for survival and provides unique protection to all cells.
Many studies of breast cancer showed increased total choline-containing compounds (tCho), low glycerophosphocholine, and low glucose in cancer tissue compared to healthy tissue or benign tumors (28-31).
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II-5 Production Processes II-6 From Animal and Vegetable Fats II-6 The Soap Making Process II-6 Biosynthesis of Glycerol from Glucose II-6 As a Co - Product of Various Products II-6 Production of Glycerol through Carbon - 13 Dioxide II-6 Conversion of Glycerophosphocholine to Glycerol II-6 The Sulfite Process II-6 Fermentation by Osmiophilic Yeast II-7 Purification of Glycerin II-7