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  • noun Plural form of glycolipid.

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Examples

  • Deer antler velvet contains many organic compounds that are integral to the health of bone tissue such as phosphor- and glycolipids, collagen, and glycoaminoglycans.

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  • T, Hamabata T, Yoshiki A, Hori T, Ito S, et al. (2003) An association of 27 - and 40-kDa molecules with glycolipids that bind A-B bacterial enterotoxins to cultured cells.

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  • "High content phenotypic cell-based visual screen identifies Mycobacterium tuberculosis acyltrehalose-containing glycolipids involved in phagosome remodeling", PLoS Pathogens

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  • The work revealed that the biosynthesis of particular glycolipids containing acyltrehalose was perturbed, suggesting to the researchers that these glycolipids play a critical role in the early intracellular protection of mycobacteria.

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  • The work revealed that the biosynthesis of particular glycolipids containing acyltrehalose was perturbed, suggesting to the researchers that these glycolipids play a critical role in the early intracellular protection of mycobacteria.

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  • A parallel biochemical study of liver lipids revealed a near normalization of the levels of unesterified cholesterol and sphingomyelin, as well as of bis (monoacylglycero) phosphate (BMP) and neutral glycolipids (glucosylceramide and lactosylceramide) in chronic CD-treated

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  • (GLA), an enzyme that breaks down fatty substances called glycolipids.

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  • (GLA), an enzyme that breaks down fatty substances called glycolipids.

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  • The authoritative book discusses polysaccharides utilized in medical applications such as polysaccharide-based hydrogels, polysialic acids, proteoglycans, glycolipids, and anticoagulant polysaccharides; renewable resources for the production of various industrial chemicals and engineering plastics polysaccharides; and more.

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  • The glycosylation of glycoproteins and glycolipids is important for central nervous system development and function.

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