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Marine Glycolipids

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Part of the Fortschritte der Chemie organischer Naturstoffe / Progress in the Chemistry of Organic Natural Products book series (FORTCHEMIE (closed),volume 72)

Abstract

Marine glycolipids, as well as those from terrestrial organisms, are amphiphylic compounds which are currently divided into two main groups: glycoglycerolipids (GGLs) and glycosphingolipids (GSLs). There is a third important group comprising glycolipids whose lipid portion is derived from mevalonate, i.e. steroidal and terpenic glycosides. The occurrence of polyisoprenoidic glycolipids is generally confined to species of a few taxa, where they frequently perform peculiar biological functions; as to their occurrence in marine organisms, they are mostly present in invertebrates belonging to phylum Echinoderma.

Keywords

  • Sialic Acid
  • Methylation Analysis
  • Physical Data
  • Marine Sponge
  • Anomeric Proton

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