sphinganine

sphin·ga·nine

(sfing'gă-nēn),
Dihydrosphingosine; a constituent of the sphingolipids; a precursor of sphingosine.

sphinganine

/sphin·ga·nine/ (sfing´gah-nēn) a dihydroxy derivative of sphingosine, commonly occurring in sphingolipids.
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Key ingredients include a multi-action antioxidant complex of green tea, vitamin C and E, lipochroman, Japanese lily turf root and sphinganine, a naturally occurring oil that is said to be bio-identical to skin lipids.
Sphinganine, a naturally occurring oil considered "bio-identical" to lipids found in the skin that combats skin oiliness.
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Sphinganine has been found to stimulate the formation of essential building blocks like proteins and ceramides by improving the scalp health and rebalancing the life cycle of hair.
The ROC curve analysis showed that ceramide [Cer(d18:0/16:0), Cer(t18:0/12:0)] and sphinganine in the sphingolipid pathway have high sensitivity and specificity on the prognosis related to major adverse cardiovascular events after youth patients were discharged.
Twenty potential biomarkers, including L-acetylcarnitine (1), propionylcarnitine (2), unknown (3), phytosphingosine (4), glycoursodeoxycholic acid (5), LPC(14:0) (6), sphinganine (7), LPC(20:5) (8), LPC(16:1) (9), LPC(18:2) (10), LPC(18:3) (11), LPC(22:5) (12), LPC(16:0) (13), LPC(18:1) (14), LPC(22:4) (15), LPC(17:0) (16), LPC(20:2) (17), elaidic carnitine (18), LPC(18:0) (19) and LPC(20:1) (20), were identified by their accurate mass and MSE spectra.
The contribution of the pathways was analyzed by use of betachloroalanine, which inhibits the de novo synthesis of sphinganine (pathway 1), and fumonisin B1, which inhibits the acylation of sphinganine and sphingosine (pathways 2 and 3).
Owing to funding restrictions, the laboratory conducted the sphinganine and sphingosine analyses in two separate batches, each containing case and control samples.
According to a study by ARS and University of Georgia scientists, there is another fungal compound that can temporarily reduce sphinganine accumulation in mice.
Sphingony sphingolipids are the naturally occurring, skin-identical molecule called Sphinganine.
Peak identification was based on comparison of the retention times with those of authentic calibrators of the lysocompounds (sphingosine, sphinganine, lyso-G1cCer, and lyso-CTH) and those of Cer, G1cCer, and CTH after microwave-assisted deacylation.