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A tail of new lipids

The inositol lipids play many essential roles in eukaryotic physiology, although the action has usually focused on the special properties of their headgroup. Now, a study by Clark ([Clark J, 2014]) re‐focuses attention on the hydrophobic lipid tails, showing that these too exhibit unique biochemical... Full description

Journal Title: EMBO Journal 01 October 2014, Vol.33(19), pp.2140-2141
Main Author: Hammond, Gerald R V
Other Authors: Balla, Tamas
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ID: ISSN: 0261-4189 ; E-ISSN: 1460-2075 ; DOI: 10.15252/embj.201489773
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description: The inositol lipids play many essential roles in eukaryotic physiology, although the action has usually focused on the special properties of their headgroup. Now, a study by Clark ([Clark J, 2014]) re‐focuses attention on the hydrophobic lipid tails, showing that these too exhibit unique biochemical properties—and are also likely to play a fundamental role in the biology of the lipid. inositol lipids have unique glycerol backbones, indicating that different lipid tails have evolved to serve specific functions.
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abstractThe inositol lipids play many essential roles in eukaryotic physiology, although the action has usually focused on the special properties of their headgroup. Now, a study by Clark ([Clark J, 2014]) re‐focuses attention on the hydrophobic lipid tails, showing that these too exhibit unique biochemical properties—and are also likely to play a fundamental role in the biology of the lipid. inositol lipids have unique glycerol backbones, indicating that different lipid tails have evolved to serve specific functions.
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