A Study on the Possible Occurrence of Base-Exchange Reactions in Vivo
In mammalian brain, phosphatidylethanolamines and phosphatidyicholines are synthesized from ethanolamine and choline through the intermediate formation of phosphoryl- and CDP-derivatives (1–3). This pathway, also called net synthesis or Kennedy’s pathway, is well known to occur both in vitro and in vivo.
KeywordsRapid Incorporation Choline Phosphoglycerides Recovered Radioactivity Label Orthophosphate Label Choline
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