PMID: 5909586Mar 25, 1966

Phospholipids of bacteria with extensive intracytoplasmic membranes

Science
P O HagenP J Williams

Abstract

Examination of the lipids of three species of nonphotosynthetic bacteria with extensive internal membranes revealed phosphatidyl choline (lecithin) in two species. In one of these there was an unusual accumulation of phosphatidyl N-dimethylethanolamine. (The relation between lecithin and membrane elaboration in microorganisms is discussed.)

Citations

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Jan 28, 2003·Progress in Lipid Research·Christian SohlenkampOtto Geiger
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Apr 12, 2014·Frontiers in Plant Science·Meriyem AktasFranz Narberhaus
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Nov 30, 1967·Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications·M S KorczynskiD G Lundgren

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