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1 N-Palmitoyl-D,L-Dihydrosphingomyelin PSP3095SphingophospholipidKeizo Waku C39H81N2O7P 721.043Download ChemDraw structure data 224-225degC << Ref. 3017>> This compound was synthesized from N-palmitoyl-3-O-benzoyl-D,L-sphinganin with b-bromoethylphosphoryldichloride and for the subsequent reaction with trimethylamine. << Ref. 3017>> << Ref.3017 >> AUTHOR: Alpes, H. TITLE: Synthesis of D,L-erythro-sphingomyelins PubMed ID:4371990 JOURNAL: Chem Phys Lipids. VOLUME: 13 PAGE: 109-116(1974)
2 N-Oleoyl-D,L-Dihydrosphingomyelin PSP3096SphingophospholipidKeizo Waku C41H85N2O7P 749.097Download ChemDraw structure data 208-210degC << Ref. 3017>> This compound was synthesized from N-oleoyl-3-O-benzoyl-D,L-sphinganine with b -bromoethylphosphoryldichloride and for the subsequent reaction with trimethylamine. << Ref. 3017>> << Ref.3017 >> AUTHOR: Alpes, H. TITLE: Synthesis of D,L-erythro-sphingomyelins PubMed ID:4371990 JOURNAL: Chem Phys Lipids. VOLUME: 13 PAGE: 109-116(1974)
3 N-(2'D,L-Hydroxypalmitoyl)D,L-Dihydrosphingomyelin PSP3097SphingophospholipidKeizo Waku C39H83N2O7P 723.059Download ChemDraw structure data 228-230degC << Ref. 3017>> This compound was synthesized from N-(2'D,L-Hydroxypalmitoyl)-3-O-benzoyl-D,L-sphinganine with b -bromoethylphosphoryldichloride and for the subsequent reaction with trimethylamine. << Ref. 3017>> << Ref.3017 >> AUTHOR: Alpes, H. TITLE: Synthesis of D,L-erythro-sphingomyelins PubMed ID:4371990 JOURNAL: Chem Phys Lipids. VOLUME: 13 PAGE: 109-116(1974)
4 N-(trans-2-Hexadecenoyl)-D,L-Dihydrosphingomyelin PSP3098SphingophospholipidKeizo Waku C39H81N2O7P 721.043Download ChemDraw structure data 205-206degC << Ref. 3017>> This compound was synthesized from N-(trans-2-hexadecenoyl)-3-O-benzoyl-D,L-sphinganine with b-bromoethylphosphoryldichloride and for the subsequent reaction with trimethylamine. << Ref. 3017>> << Ref.3017 >> AUTHOR: Alpes, H. TITLE: Synthesis of D,L-erythro-sphingomyelins PubMed ID:4371990 JOURNAL: Chem Phys Lipids. VOLUME: 13 PAGE: 109-116(1974)
5 N-Palmitoyl-D,L-Sphingomyelin PSP3099SphingophospholipidKeizo Waku C39H79N2O6P703.028Download ChemDraw structure data 209-210degC << Ref. 3017>> This compound was synthesized from N-palmitoyl-3-O-benzoyl-D,L-sphingenine with b -bromoethylphosphoryldichloride and for the subsequent reaction with trimethylamine. << Ref. 3017>> << Ref.3017 >> AUTHOR: Alpes, H. TITLE: Synthesis of D,L-erythro-sphingomyelins PubMed ID:4371990 JOURNAL: Chem Phys Lipids. VOLUME: 13 PAGE: 109-116(1974)
6 N-Oleoyl-D,L-Sphingomyelin PSP3100SphingophospholipidKeizo Waku C41H83N2O7P 747.081Download ChemDraw structure data 188-190degC << Ref. 3017>> This compound was synthesized from N-palmitoyl-3-O-benzoyl-D,L-sphinganin with b -bromoethylphosphoryldichloride and for the subsequent reaction with trimethylamine. << Ref. 3017>> << Ref.3017 >> AUTHOR: Alpes, H. TITLE: Synthesis of D,L-erythro-sphingomyelins PubMed ID:4371990 JOURNAL: Chem Phys Lipids. VOLUME: 13 PAGE: 109-116(1974)
7 N-(2'DL-Hydroxypalmitoyl)-D,L-Sphingomyelin PSP3101SphingophospholipidKeizo Waku 0.000Download ChemDraw structure data 219-221degC << Ref. 3017>> This compound was synthesized from N-(2'DL-hydroxypalmitoyl)-3-O-benzoyl-D,L-sphingenine with << Ref.3017 >> AUTHOR: Alpes, H. TITLE: Synthesis of D,L-erythro-sphingomyelins PubMed ID:4371990 JOURNAL: Chem Phys Lipids. VOLUME: 13 PAGE: 109-116(1974)
8Dihydrosphingomyelin dihydroceramide-1-phosphorylcholine PSP5012SphingophospholipidKentaro HanadaDSM 0.000Download ChemDraw structure data insoluble in water; solble in chloroform Ubiquitous in mammalian (probably ubiquitous in vertebrates)<< Ref. 5001>> DSM is formed by phosphorylcholine transfer from phosphatidylcholine to dihydroceramide. In general, the DSM level in cells is lower than the level of sphingomyelin.<< Ref. 5002>> << Ref.5001 >> AUTHOR: Karlsson,K-A. TITLE: On the Chemistry and Occurrence of Sphingolipid Long-Chain Bases. PubMed ID:4394487 JOURNAL: Chem.Phys.Lipids VOLUME: 5 PAGE: 6 -43 (1970)
<< Ref.5002 >> AUTHOR: Merrill,A.H.Jr.,and Sweeley,C.C.(1996)Sphingolipids:metabolism and cell signalling(Vance,D.E.,and Vance,J.E.,eds),pp309-339,Elsevier Science B.V.,Amsterdam TITLE: JOURNAL: VOLUME: PAGE: - ()
9Sphingomyelin Ceramide-1-phosphorylcholine PSP5013SphingophospholipidKentaro HanadaSM 0.000Download ChemDraw structure dataEssential for mammlian cell growth<< Ref. 5037/5038>> Formation of detergent-resistant lipid-rafts<< Ref. 5039/5040>> A reservoir of ceramide in ceramide-mediated signalling<< Ref. 5017/5035/5036>> Anti-colon cancer effect of dietary SM<< Ref. 5041>> Influences on cholesterol metabolism<< Ref. 5042/5043>> In hibition of lecthin-cholesterol acyltransferase activity<< Ref. 5044>> Interaction between cells and substrata<< Ref. 5045>> Binding to procollagen<< Ref. 5046>> A receptor to lysenin (an earthworm-derived cytolysin)<< Ref. 5047/5038>> 196-198degC<< Ref. 5012>> +6 to 7 (in chloroform/methanol)<< Ref. 5012>> insoluble in water, diethylether, acetone soluble in chloroform, hot ethanol, hot ethylacetate<< Ref. 5012>> Ubiquitous in mammalian (probably ubiquitous in vertebtates) SM is formed by phosphorylcholine transfer from phosphatidylcholine to ceramide. SM is degradated to ceramide by acid sphingomyelinase in lysosome, or by neutral sphingomyelinase in the plasma membrane.<< Ref. 5002>> Acid sphingomyelinase (mouse and human) << Ref. 5022/5023>> An isoform of neutral sphingomyelinase (mouse and human)<< Ref. 5048>> Genetic defects in acid sphingomyelinase cause Niemann-Pick disease type A and B.<< Ref. 5022/5023/5049>> << Ref.5002 >> AUTHOR: Merrill,A.H.Jr.,and Sweeley,C.C.(1996)Sphingolipids:metabolism and cell signalling(Vance,D.E.,and Vance,J.E.,eds),pp309-339,Elsevier Science B.V.,Amsterdam TITLE: JOURNAL: VOLUME: PAGE: - ()
<< Ref.5012 >> AUTHOR: Dawson,Rex M.C.,Elliott,D.C.,Elliott,W.H.,and Jones,K.M. (1986) Data for Biochemical Research (Dawson,Rex M.C.,Elliott,D.C.,Elliott,W.H.,and Jones,K.M., eds), Clarendon Press, Oxford TITLE: JOURNAL: VOLUME: PAGE: - ()
<< Ref.5017 >> AUTHOR: Hannun,Y.A.,and Linardic,C.M. TITLE: Sphingolipid breakdown products: anti-proliferative and tumor-suppressor lipids. PubMed ID:8280742 JOURNAL: Biochim.Biophys.Acta VOLUME: 1154 PAGE: 223 -236 (1993)
<< Ref.5022 >> AUTHOR: Li,C.M.,Hong,S.B.,Kopal,G.,He,X.,Linke,T.,Hou,W.S.,Koch,J.,Gatt,S.,Sandhoff,K.,Schuchman,E.H. TITLE: Cloning and characterization of the full-length cDNA and genomic sequences encoding murine acid ceramidase. PubMed ID:9653654 JOURNAL: Genomics VOLUME: 50 PAGE: 267 -274 (1998)
<< Ref.5023 >> AUTHOR: Koch,J.,Gartner,S.,Li,C.M.,Quintern,L.E.,Bernardo,K.,Levran,O.,Schnabel,D.,Desnick,R.J.,Schuchman,E.H.,Sandhoff,K. TITLE: Molecular cloning and characterization of a full-length complementary DNA encoding human acid ceramidase. Identification of the first molecular lesion causing Farber disease. PubMed ID:8955159 JOURNAL: J.Biol.Chem. VOLUME: 271 PAGE: 33110 -33115 (1996)
<< Ref.5035 >> AUTHOR: Hannun,Y.A. TITLE: Functions of Ceramide in Coordinating Cellular Responses to Stress. PubMed ID:8943189 JOURNAL: Science VOLUME: 274 PAGE: 1855 -1859 (1996)
<< Ref.5036 >> AUTHOR: Ballou,L.R.,Laulederkind,S.J.F.,Rosloniec,E.F.,and Raghow,R. TITLE: Ceramide signalling and the immune response. PubMed ID:8664339 JOURNAL: Biochim.Biophys.Acta VOLUME: 1301 PAGE: 273 -287 (1996)
<< Ref.5037 >> AUTHOR: Hanada, K., Nishijima, M., Kiso, M., Hasegawa, A., Fujita, S., Ogawa, T., and Akamatsu, Y. TITLE: Sphingolipids are essential for the growth of Chinese hamster ovary cells. Restoration of the growth of a mutant defective in sphingoid base biosynthesis by exogenous sphingolipids PubMed ID:1429697 JOURNAL: J Biol Chem. VOLUME: 267 PAGE: 23527-23533(1992)
<< Ref.5038 >> AUTHOR: Hanada, K., Hara, T., Fukasawa, M., Yamaji, A., Umeda, M., and Nishijima, M. TITLE: Mammalian cell mutants resistant to a sphingomyelin-directed cytolysin. Genetic and biochemical evidence for complex formation of the LCB1 protein with the LCB2 protein for serine palmitoyltransferase PubMed ID:9837968 JOURNAL: J Biol Chem. VOLUME: 273 PAGE: 33787-33794(1998)
<< Ref.5039 >> AUTHOR: Simons, K., and Ikonen, E. TITLE: Functional rafts in cell membranes PubMed ID:9177342 JOURNAL: Nature. VOLUME: 387 PAGE: 569-572(1997)
<< Ref.5040 >> AUTHOR: Brown, D. A., and London, E. TITLE: Structure of detergent-resistant membrane domains: does phase separation occur in biological membranes? PubMed ID:9367871 JOURNAL: Biochem Biophys Res Commun. VOLUME: 240 PAGE: 1-7(1997)
<< Ref.5041 >> AUTHOR: Dillehay, D. L., Webb, S. K., Schmelz, E. M., and Merrill, A. H., Jr. TITLE: Dietary sphingomyelin inhibits 1,2-dimethylhydrazine-induced colon cancer in CF1 mice PubMed ID:8169652 JOURNAL: J Nutr. VOLUME: 124 PAGE: 615-620(1994)
<< Ref.5042 >> AUTHOR: Porn, M. I., and Slotte, J. P. TITLE: Reversible effects of sphingomyelin degradation on cholesterol distribution and metabolism in fibroblasts and transformed neuroblastoma cells PubMed ID:2222406 JOURNAL: Biochem J. VOLUME: 271 PAGE: 121-126(1990)
<< Ref.5043 >> AUTHOR: Scheek, S., Brown, M. S., and Goldstein, J. L. TITLE: Sphingomyelin depletion in cultured cells blocks proteolysis of sterol regulatory element binding proteins at site 1 PubMed ID:9326582 JOURNAL: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. VOLUME: 94 PAGE: 11179-11183(1997)
<< Ref.5044 >> AUTHOR: Bolin, D. J., and Jonas, A. TITLE: Sphingomyelin inhibits the lecithin-cholesterol acyltransferase reaction with reconstituted high density lipoproteins by decreasing enzyme binding PubMed ID:8702592 JOURNAL: J Biol Chem. VOLUME: 271 PAGE: 19152-19158(1996)
<< Ref.5045 >> AUTHOR: Hidari, Kipj, Ichikawa, S., Fujita, T., Sakiyama, H., and Hirabayashi, Y. TITLE: Complete removal of sphingolipids from the plasma membrane disrupts cell to substratum adhesion of mouse melanoma cells PubMed ID:8662871 JOURNAL: J Biol Chem. VOLUME: 271 PAGE: 14636-14641(1996)
<< Ref.5046 >> AUTHOR: Choglay, A. A., Purdom, I. F., and Hulmes, D. J. TITLE: Procollagen binding to sphingomyelin PubMed ID:8454585 JOURNAL: J Biol Chem. VOLUME: 268 PAGE: 6107-6114(1993)
<< Ref.5047 >> AUTHOR: Yamaji, A., Sekizawa, Y., Emoto, K., Sakuraba, H., Inoue, K., Kobayashi, H., and Umeda, M. TITLE: Lysenin, a novel sphingomyelin-specific binding protein PubMed ID:9478988 JOURNAL: J Biol Chem. VOLUME: 273 PAGE: 5300-5306(1998)
<< Ref.5048 >> AUTHOR: Tomiuk, S., Hofmann, K., Nix, M., Zumbansen, M., and Stoffel, W. TITLE: Cloned mammalian neutral sphingomyelinase: functions in sphingolipid signaling? PubMed ID:9520418 JOURNAL: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. VOLUME: 95 PAGE: 3638-3643(1998)
<< Ref.5049 >> AUTHOR: Otterbach, B., and Stoffel, W. TITLE: Acid sphingomyelinase-deficient mice mimic the neurovisceral form of human lysosomal storage disease (Niemann-Pick disease) PubMed ID:7600574 JOURNAL: Cell. VOLUME: 81 PAGE: 1053-1061(1995)
10 Ceramide 2-aminoethylphosphonate << Ref. 8001/8003>> PSP8001SphingophospholipidAkira HayashiCAEPn 0.000Download ChemDraw structure data IR of CAEPn, pressed in KBr << Ref. 8004>>; GC-MS of TMS-2-aminoethylphosphonic acid and of TMS-ceramides obtained from CAEP << Ref. 8001>>; GC-MA of TMS-CAEP (long-chain base originated ions and ceramide originated ions) << Ref. 8001>>; FAB-MS of CAEP (m/z 126 ion, long-chain base ions, ceramide ions and [M+H] + ions in positive ion mode and m/z 124 ion and [M-H]- ions in negative ion mode<< Ref. 8002/8003>> Silicic acid column chromatography of oyster adductor lipids eluted ceramide aminoethylphosphonate in chloroform-methanol (9:1, v/v) fraction. << Ref. 8001>> ; TLC of CAEPn << Ref. 8004>>; TLC of CAEPn from Turbo cornutus << Ref. 8008>> Oyster visceral tissues << Ref. 8004>>; Oyster adductor << Ref. 8001>>; Euhadra hickonis << Ref. 0005>>; Oyster (Ostrea gigas), adductor (+++), gills (+++), mantle (+++) and viscera (+++) << Ref. 8003/8006/8012/8019>> Protozoa , Tetrahymena pyriformis W (+) << Ref. 8006/8010/8019>>; Protozoa, Tetrahymena pyriformis WH-14(++) << Ref. 8006/8013/8019>>; Mollusca, Liolophura japonica (++) << Ref. 8006/8012/8019>>; Mollusca, Tegla lischkei (+) << Ref. 8006/8012/8019>>; Mollusca, Conomurex luhuanun (+++) << Ref. 8006/8012/8019>>; Mollusca, Cellanaeucosmia (+++) << Ref. 8006/8012/8019>>; Mollusca, Mytilus edulis (+++) << Ref. 8006/8012/8019>>; Mollusca, Hyriopsis schlegelli, Ova (++) << Ref. 8013/8006/8019>>, spermatozoa (++) << Ref. 8006/8014/8015/8019>>; Scallop, Hennifes giganteum (+++) << Ref. 8006/8016/8019>>; Pink abalone, Haliotis corrugata (++) << Ref. 8006/8016/8019>>; Coelenterata, Anthopleura elegantissima (+++) << Ref. 8006/8017/8019>>; Coelenterata, Metridium senile (++) << Ref. 8006/8018/8019>> Fatty acid composition << Ref. 0004/8001/8003>>; Long-chain base composition << Ref. 8001/8003>> << Ref.8001 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T., Hayashi, A. TITLE: Identification of molecular species of ceramide aminoethylphosphonate from oyster adductor by gas-liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry. PubMed ID:4693503 JOURNAL: Biochim. Biophys. Acta VOLUME: 296 PAGE: 171 -178 (1973)
<< Ref.8002 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T., Morita, M., and Hayashi, A. TITLE: Determination of the presence of ceramide aminoethylphosphonate and ceramide N-methylaminoethylphosphonate in marine animals by fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry PubMed ID:2306479 JOURNAL: Biochim Biophys Acta. VOLUME: 1042 PAGE: 280-286(1990)
<< Ref.8003 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T. TITLE: The structure and distribution of ceramide aminoethylphosphonates in the oyster (Ostrea gigas). PubMed ID:1137715 JOURNAL: Biochim. Biophys. Acta VOLUME: 388 PAGE: 353 -360 (1975)
<< Ref.8004 >> AUTHOR: Hayashi, A., Matsubara, T., and Mishima, Y. TITLE: Biochemical studies on marine shellfish lipid. III. Occurrence of ceramide aminoethylphosphonate in sphingolipids of oyster viscera. JOURNAL: J. Fac. Sci. Tech. Kinki Univ. VOLUME: 2 PAGE: 39 -51 (1967)
<< Ref.8005 >> AUTHOR: Kishine, H., Aritomi, Y., Hayashi, A. TITLE: Sphingolipids of Euhadra hickonis. I. Ceramide monohexoside and sphingophosphonolipids of viscera. (in Japanese). JOURNAL: J. Jpn. Oil Chem. Soc. VOLUME: 45 PAGE: 839 -847 (1996)
<< Ref.8006 >> AUTHOR: Hori, T., and Sugita, M. TITLE: Sphingolipids in lower animals PubMed ID:8415797 JOURNAL: Prog Lipid Res. VOLUME: 32 PAGE: 25-45(1993)
<< Ref.8008 >> AUTHOR: Hayashi, A., and Matsuura, F. TITLE: 2-Hydroxy fatty acid and phytosphingosine containing ceramide 2-N-methylaminoethylphosphonate from Turbo cornutus. JOURNAL: Chem. Phys. Lipids VOLUME: 10 PAGE: 51 -65 (1973)
<< Ref.8010 >> AUTHOR: Viswanathan, C. V., and Rosenberg, H. TITLE: Isolation of ceramide-monomethylaminoethylphosphonate from the lipids of Tetrahymena pyriformis W PubMed ID:9704077 JOURNAL: J Lipid Res. VOLUME: 14 PAGE: 327-330(1973)
<< Ref.8012 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T. TITLE: Distribution of the dienic long chain base in shellfish sphingophosphonolipids. JOURNAL: Chem. Phys. Lipids VOLUME: 14 PAGE: 247 -259 (1975)
<< Ref.8013 >> AUTHOR: Hori, T., Sugita, M., Kanbayashi, J., and Itasaka, O. TITLE: Isolation and characterization of ceramide 2-aminoethylphosphonate from ova of the fresh-water bivalve, Hyriopsis schlegelli (in Japanese). JOURNAL: J. Jpn. Oil Chem. Soc. (YUKAGAKU) VOLUME: 24 PAGE: 181 -184 (1975)
<< Ref.8014 >> AUTHOR: Higashi, S., and Hori, T. TITLE: Studies on sphingolipids of fresh-water mussel spermatozoa PubMed ID:5656825 JOURNAL: Biochim Biophys Acta. VOLUME: 152 PAGE: 568-575(1968)
<< Ref.8015 >> AUTHOR: Itasaka, O., Sugita, M., Hori, T., Takahashi, F., and Sasahara, K. TITLE: High performance liquid chromatography of sphingolipids of shellfish (in Japanese). JOURNAL: Proc. Jpn. Conf. Biochem. Lipids VOLUME: 21 PAGE: 62 -65 (1979)
<< Ref.8016 >> AUTHOR: Simon, G., and Rouser, G. TITLE: Species variations in phospholipid class distribution of organs : II Heart and skeletal muscle. PubMed ID:5367945 JOURNAL: Lipids VOLUME: 4 PAGE: 607 -614 (1969)
<< Ref.8017 >> AUTHOR: Simon, G., and Rouser, G. TITLE: Phospholipids of the sea anemone: Quantitative distribution; Absence of carbon-phosphorus linkage in glycerol phospholipids ; Structural elucidation of ceramide aminoethylphosphonate. JOURNAL: Lipids VOLUME: 2 PAGE: 55 -59 (1966)
<< Ref.8018 >> AUTHOR: Karlsson, K. A., and Samuelsson, B. E. TITLE: The structure of ceramide aminoethylphosphonate from the sea anemone, Metridium senile PubMed ID:4154778 JOURNAL: Biochim Biophys Acta. VOLUME: 337 PAGE: 204-213(1974)
<< Ref.8019 >> AUTHOR: Hori, T., Horiguchi, M., and Hayashi, A. (1984) Biochemistry of natural C-P compounds, pp. 133 -144, Maruzen, Kyoto TITLE: JOURNAL: VOLUME: PAGE: - ()
11 N-Hexadecanoyl-hexadecasphingosine 2-aminoethylphosphonate << Ref. 8001>> PSP8002SphingophospholipidAkira HayashiC16:0-d16:1-AEPn C34H69O5N2P1 616.896Download ChemDraw structure data GC-EI-MS of TMS-Ceramide(0C16:0-d16:1) << Ref. 8001>>; GC-EI-MS of TMS-CAEP (C16:0-d16:1-AEP) << Ref. 8001>> Oyster adductor << Ref. 8001>>; Oyster gills, mantle a,d viscera << Ref. 8003>> << Ref.8001 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T., Hayashi, A. TITLE: Identification of molecular species of ceramide aminoethylphosphonate from oyster adductor by gas-liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry. PubMed ID:4693503 JOURNAL: Biochim. Biophys. Acta VOLUME: 296 PAGE: 171 -178 (1973)
<< Ref.8003 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T. TITLE: The structure and distribution of ceramide aminoethylphosphonates in the oyster (Ostrea gigas). PubMed ID:1137715 JOURNAL: Biochim. Biophys. Acta VOLUME: 388 PAGE: 353 -360 (1975)
12 N-Heptadecanoyl-4-hexadecasphingenine 2-aminoethylphosphonate << Ref. 8001>> PSP8003SphingophospholipidAkira HayashiC17:0-d16:1-AEPn C36H72O5N2P1 643.941Download ChemDraw structure data GC-EI-MS of TMS-Ceramide (C17:0-d16:1) << Ref. 8001>>; GC-EI-MS of TMS-CAEP (C17:0-d16:1-AEP) << Ref. 8001>> Oyster adductor << Ref. 8001>> Oyster gills, mantle and viscera << Ref. 8003>> << Ref.8001 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T., Hayashi, A. TITLE: Identification of molecular species of ceramide aminoethylphosphonate from oyster adductor by gas-liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry. PubMed ID:4693503 JOURNAL: Biochim. Biophys. Acta VOLUME: 296 PAGE: 171 -178 (1973)
<< Ref.8003 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T. TITLE: The structure and distribution of ceramide aminoethylphosphonates in the oyster (Ostrea gigas). PubMed ID:1137715 JOURNAL: Biochim. Biophys. Acta VOLUME: 388 PAGE: 353 -360 (1975)
13 N-Octadecanoyl-4,8-sphingadienine 2-aminoethylphosphonate << Ref. 8001>> PSP8004SphingophospholipidAkira HayashiC18:0-d18:2-AEPn C38H74O5N2P1 669.978Download ChemDraw structure data GC-EI-MS of TMS-Ceramide (C18:0-d18:2) << Ref. 8001>>; GC-EI-MS-of TMS-CAEP (C18:0-d18:2-AEP) << Ref. 8001>> Oyster adductor << Ref. 8001>> Oyster gills, mantle and viscera << Ref. 8003>> << Ref.8001 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T., Hayashi, A. TITLE: Identification of molecular species of ceramide aminoethylphosphonate from oyster adductor by gas-liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry. PubMed ID:4693503 JOURNAL: Biochim. Biophys. Acta VOLUME: 296 PAGE: 171 -178 (1973)
<< Ref.8003 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T. TITLE: The structure and distribution of ceramide aminoethylphosphonates in the oyster (Ostrea gigas). PubMed ID:1137715 JOURNAL: Biochim. Biophys. Acta VOLUME: 388 PAGE: 353 -360 (1975)
14 N-Octadecanoyl-4-sphingosine 2-aminoethylphosphonate << Ref. 8001>> PSP8005SphingophospholipidAkira HayashiC18:0-d18:1-AEPn C35H70O5N2P1 629.915Download ChemDraw structure data GC-EI-MS of TMS-Ceramide (C18:0-d18:1) << Ref. 8001>>; GC-EI-MS of TMS-CAEP (C18:0-d18:1-AEP) << Ref. 8001>> Oyster adductor << Ref. 8001>>; Oyster gills, mantle and viscera << Ref. 8003>> << Ref.8001 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T., Hayashi, A. TITLE: Identification of molecular species of ceramide aminoethylphosphonate from oyster adductor by gas-liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry. PubMed ID:4693503 JOURNAL: Biochim. Biophys. Acta VOLUME: 296 PAGE: 171 -178 (1973)
<< Ref.8003 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T. TITLE: The structure and distribution of ceramide aminoethylphosphonates in the oyster (Ostrea gigas). PubMed ID:1137715 JOURNAL: Biochim. Biophys. Acta VOLUME: 388 PAGE: 353 -360 (1975)
15 N-Hexadecanoyl 4-sphingosine 2-aminoethylphosphonate << Ref. 8003>> PSP8006SphingophospholipidAkira HayashiC16:0-d18:1-AEPn C36H72O5N2P1 643.941Download ChemDraw structure data GC-EI-MS of TMS-Ceramide (C16:0-d18:1) << Ref. 8001>>; GC-EI-MS of TMS-CAEPn (C16:0-d18:1-AEPn) << Ref. 8001>> Oyster adductor, mantle, gills and viscera << Ref. 8003>> << Ref.8001 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T., Hayashi, A. TITLE: Identification of molecular species of ceramide aminoethylphosphonate from oyster adductor by gas-liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry. PubMed ID:4693503 JOURNAL: Biochim. Biophys. Acta VOLUME: 296 PAGE: 171 -178 (1973)
<< Ref.8003 >> AUTHOR: Matsubara, T. TITLE: The structure and distribution of ceramide aminoethylphosphonates in the oyster (Ostrea gigas). PubMed ID:1137715 JOURNAL: Biochim. Biophys. Acta VOLUME: 388 PAGE: 353 -360 (1975)
16 N-Hexadecanoyl-4, 8-sphingadienine 2-aminoethylphosphonate << Ref. 8003>> PSP8007SphingophospholipidAkira HayashiC16:0-d18:2-AEPn C36H70O5N2P1 641.925Download ChemDraw structure data GC-EI-MS of TMS-Ceramide (C16:0-d18:2) << Ref. 8001>>; GC-EI-MS of TMS-CAEPn (C16:0-d18:2-AEPn) << Ref. 8001>> Oyster adductor, gills, mantle and viscera << Ref. 8003>>