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Studies on the nutritional significance of lactose. III. Ascorbic acid and transglycosidation



Studies on the nutritional significance of lactose. III. Ascorbic acid and transglycosidation



Indian Jour Physiol And Allied Sci 6(2): 49-52



The influence of ascorbic acid on the distr. of the different fractions of the brain lipids has been studied. In scurvy the cerebroside content increases, while the sphingomyelin content decreases. The Itin sulphate content in long bones and skin has been found to be decreased in scurvy. The causes of these alterations and the role of transglycosidation system in these reactions were discussed.

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