Molecular analysis of a novel family of complex glycoinositolphosphoryl ceramides from Cryptococcus neoformans: structural differences between encapsulated and acapsular yeast forms.
Heise, Norton; Gutierrez, Ana L S; Mattos, Katherine A; Jones, Christopher; Wait, Robin; Previato, José O; Mendonça-Previato, Lucia.
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Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-12122022
The chemistry and biology of 6-hydroxyceramide, the youngest member of the human sphingolipid family.
Sterylglucoside catabolism in Cryptococcus neoformans with endoglycoceramidase-related protein 2 (EGCrP2), the first steryl-ß-glucosidase identified in fungi.
Optical Control of Lipid Rafts with Photoswitchable Ceramides.
Effects of Ceramide and Dihydroceramide Stereochemistry at C-3 on the Phase Behavior and Permeability of Skin Lipid Membranes.
Diastereomer-specific quantification of bioactive hexosylceramides from bacteria and mammals.
Biophysical properties of novel 1-deoxy-(dihydro)ceramides occurring in mammalian cells.
Following the flux of long-chain bases through the sphingolipid pathway in vivo using mass spectrometry.
Atypical surface behavior of ceramides with nonhydroxy and 2-hydroxy very long-chain (C28-C32) PUFAs.
Monitoring Changes in the Oligomeric State of a Candidate Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) Ceramide Sensor by Single-molecule Photobleaching.
Dynamics of the Heat Stress Response of Ceramides with Different Fatty-Acyl Chain Lengths in Baker's Yeast.