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Biosynthesis of gangliosides containing C18:1 and C20:1 (3-14C)sphingosine after administrating (1-14C)palmitic acid and (1-14C)stearic acid to rat cerebellar granule cells in culture



Biosynthesis of gangliosides containing C18:1 and C20:1 (3-14C)sphingosine after administrating (1-14C)palmitic acid and (1-14C)stearic acid to rat cerebellar granule cells in culture



European Journal of Biochemistry 221(3): 1095-1101



The biosynthesis of ganglioside molecular species containing sphingosine of different structure was investigated by administrating rat cerebellar granule cells in culture with (1-14C)palmitic and (1-14C)stearic acids which are the precursors for sphingosine biosynthesis.

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