Some Properties of Lysoplasmalogenase and Alkenylhydrolase from Rat Liver Microsomes
The existence of lysoplasmalogenase acting on ethanolaminelysoplasmalogen (1-alk-1’enyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphoethanolamine: alkenyl GPE) is now well established and is shown to occur in rat liver (Gunawan and Debuch, 1981) and rat brain (Gunawan and Debuch, 1982). We used a substrate 14C labeled within the aldehyde residue. Thus the radioactive aldehyde,liberated by the enzyme from the lyso compound was isolated as well as GPE in a 1:1 molar ratio (Gunawan and Debuch, 1985).
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