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Glycerophosphorylcholine     2-[[(2S)-2,3- dihydroxypropoxy]-oxido...

Synonyms: GPCho, HMDB00086, KST-1A3513, LS-65121, CTK4G1238, ...
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Disease relevance of 2-(glyceryloxy-hydroxy-phosphoryl)oxyethyl-trimethyl-ammonium


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Biological context of 2-(glyceryloxy-hydroxy-phosphoryl)oxyethyl-trimethyl-ammonium


Anatomical context of 2-(glyceryloxy-hydroxy-phosphoryl)oxyethyl-trimethyl-ammonium


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Gene context of 2-(glyceryloxy-hydroxy-phosphoryl)oxyethyl-trimethyl-ammonium

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  • Physiological properties of these fibers, such as utrophin expression, and high mitochondrial and endoplasmic reticulum content, together with probable increased glycerophosphorylcholine concentrations and facile access to the vascular system, are hypothesized to be instrumental in their resistance to pathogenesis [30].
  • Our results show a significant increase in GPC levels to 330 +/- 21.540 +/- 25, and 220 +/- 21% of their initial value correlated to a decrease of PCho levels to 57 +/- 14.58 +/- 17 and 45 +/- 15% of their initial value in EAT, RN1a, and EPO cells, respectively [24].
  • The P-31 spectra of liver showed the resonances of phosphomonoesters (including sugar phosphates), inorganic phosphate (Pi), phosphodiesters (e.g. glycerophosphorylcholine, glycerophosporylethanolamine), and ATP [31].
  • Hydrolysis of 1-lysolecithin (1-acyl glycerophosphorylcholine [1-acyl GPC]) by preparations of phospholipase D from peanut seeds was investigated [32].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of 2-(glyceryloxy-hydroxy-phosphoryl)oxyethyl-trimethyl-ammonium


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