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Covalent binding of antibodies to liposomes using a novel lipid derivative. Citations & References

  • Authors: Goundalkar A, Ghose T, Mezei M
  • Journal: J Pharm Pharmacol
  • PubMed ID: 6146693
Catalog # S1531

Nitric oxide regulation of superoxide and peroxynitrite-dependent lipid peroxidation. Formation of novel nitrogen-containing oxidized lipid derivatives. Citations & References

  • Authors: Rubbo H, Radi R, Trujillo M, Telleri R, Kalyanaraman B, Barnes S, Kirk M, Freeman BA
  • Journal: J Biol Chem
  • PubMed ID: 7929318
Catalog #
  • N7927(Discontinued)
  • N7892(Discontinued)
  • N7903

An azido-biotin reagent for use in the isolation of protein adducts of lipid-derived electrophiles by streptavidin catch and photorelease. Citations & References

  • Authors: Kim HY, Tallman KA, Liebler DC, Porter NA,
  • Journal: Mol Cell Proteomics
  • PubMed ID: 19483245
Catalog # A10043

Nitric oxide inhibition of lipoxygenase-dependent liposome and low-density lipoprotein oxidation: termination of radical chain propagation reactions and formation of nitrogen-containing oxidized lipid derivatives. Citations & References

  • Authors: Rubbo H, Parthasarathy S, Barnes S, Kirk M, Kalyanaraman B, Freeman BA
  • Journal: Arch Biochem Biophys
  • PubMed ID: 7503550
Catalog # N7903

The partition of cis-parinaric acid and trans-parinaric acid among aqueous, fluid lipid, and solid lipid phases. Citations & References

  • Authors: Sklar LA
  • Journal: Mol Cell Biochem
  • PubMed ID: 7007869
Catalog #
  • P1901(Discontinued)
  • P36005(Discontinued)
  • P1
  • P1902

Role of phospholipase in generating lipid second messengers in signal transduction. Citations & References

  • Authors: Dennis EA, Rhee SG, Billah MM, Hannun YA
  • Journal: FASEB J
  • PubMed ID: 1901288

What are the physical characteristics of the virus particles? Product FAQ

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Note: These are based on the characteristics of HIV.
Morphology: Virions have a complex construction and consist of an envelope, a nucleocapsid, a nucleoid, and a matrix protein. Virions are enveloped, spherical to pleomorphic in shape, and have a size of 80-100 nm in diameter. The surface projections are small or inconspicuous spikes that are densely dispersed, evenly covering the surface. Surface projections are 8 nm long. The core is rod-shaped, or is truncated cone-shaped. The nucleoid is concentric.
Physicochemical and Physical Properties: Virions have a buoyant density in sucrose of 1.13-1.18 g cm-3. Virions are sensitive to treatment with heat, detergents, and formaldehyde. The infectivity is not affected by irradiation.
Proteins: Proteins constitute about 60% of the particle weight. The viral genome encodes structural proteins and non-structural proteins. Virions consist of 5 major structural and 3 non-structural proteins. The virus codes for an RNA-dependent DNA polymerase.
Lipids: Lipids are present and located in the envelope. Virions are composed of 35% lipids by weight. The composition of viral lipids and host cell membranes are similar. The lipids are of host origin, derived from plasma membranes.
Carbohydrates: Three percent of the particle weight is attributed to carbohydrates.

Answer Id:: E9330

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Organization and dynamics of pyrene and pyrene lipids in intact lipid bilayers. Photo-induced charge transfer processes. Citations & References

  • Authors: Barenholz Y, Cohen T, Korenstein R, Ottolenghi M
  • Journal: Biophys J
  • PubMed ID: 1883931
Catalog #
  • P243(Discontinued)
  • P1903MP(Discontinued)
  • P80(Discontinued)
  • P349(Discontinued)
  • P31(Discontinued)
  • P163
  • P32

Phospholipid lateral phase separation and the partition of cis-parinaric acid and trans-parinaric acid among aqueous, solid lipid, and fluid lipid phases. Citations & References

  • Authors: Sklar LA, Miljanich GP, Dratz EA
  • Journal: Biochemistry
  • PubMed ID: 435480
Catalog #
  • P1901(Discontinued)
  • P36005(Discontinued)
  • P1
  • P1902

Application Note: Separation of Phospholipids Derived from Biological Extracts Using a Solid Core Reversed Phase HPLC Column Product Literature

A change in the lipid fluidity of the porcine intestinal brush-border membranes by lipid peroxidation. Studies using pyrene and fluorescent stearic acid derivatives. Citations & References

  • Authors: Ohyashiki T, Ohtsuka T, Mohri T
  • Journal: Biochim Biophys Acta
  • PubMed ID: 3756162
Catalog #
  • A37(Discontinued)
  • A36

Interleukin-1 beta and tumour necrosis factor-alpha impede neutral lipid turnover in macrophage-derived foam cells Citations & References

  • Authors: Persson, J; Nilsson, J; Lindholm, MW
  • Journal: BMC IMMUNOLOGY

Interactions of pyrene derivatives with lipid bilayers and with (Ca2+-Mg2+)-ATPase. Citations & References

  • Authors: Jones OT, Lee AG
  • Journal: Biochemistry
  • PubMed ID: 3158348
Catalog #
  • P1903MP(Discontinued)
  • P96(Discontinued)
  • P163
  • P32

Combustion-derived hydrocarbons localize to lipid droplets in respiratory cells. Citations & References

  • Authors: Murphy G Jr, Rouse RL, Polk WW, Henk WG, Barker SA, Boudreaux MJ, Floyd ZE, Penn AL
  • Journal: Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol
  • PubMed ID: 18079490
Catalog #
  • 4379633
  • 4359284
  • 4379635
  • 4359286
  • ZGEXSC7300(Discontinued)
  • ZGEXSC73003Y(Discontinued)
  • 4350814(Discontinued)
  • 111
  • 4330087R
  • 4351103
  • 4367246
  • 4351101
  • 4351103R
  • 4363914
  • 4363915
  • 4351101R

Combustion-derived hydrocarbons localize to lipid droplets in respiratory cells Citations & References

  • Authors: Murphy, G Jr; Rouse, RL; Polk, WW; Henk, WG; Barker, SA; Boudreaux, MJ; Floyd, ZE; Penn, AL
  • Journal: AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
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