lysocephalin

ly·so·ceph·a·lin

(lī'sō-sef'ă-lin),
A lysophosphatidic acid esterified with serine or ethanolamine, that is, a lysophosphatidylserine or -ethanolamine; analogous to lysolecithin.
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lysocephalin

(lī″sō-sef′ă-lin) [ lyso- + cephalin]
Partial hydrolysis of a cephalin (any of several phospholipids found esp. in the brain and having blood-clotting properties). It can be caused by the action of cobra venom.
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