glucolipids

glu·co·lip·ids

(glū'kō-lip'idz),
Lipids that contain d-glucose.

glu·co·lip·ids

(glū'kō-lip'idz)
Glycosphingolipids that contain d-glucose.
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Besides, the contributions of the different resonances of lipidic chains (methyl [omega] or [omega]-3, methylenic, methynic, carboxylic...) or head groups of phospho- or glucolipids (mainly in the 50-75 ppm part of the spectrum) could be identified and measured to build the different indexes shown in Figure 8(b) and described in the figure captions.