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  1. ... galactolipids. One galactolipid broken down by galactosylceramidase, called galactosylceramide, is an important component of myelin. Breakdown of galactosylceramide is part of the normal turnover of myelin ...
  2. ... and new trees together - all Tree - heading Cerebrosides Galactosylceramides Glucosylceramides Globosides Lactosylceramides Trihexosylceramides Cerulenin Dibucaine Formamides Dimethylformamide ...
  3. ... sclerosis</synonym><synonym >Galactosylceramidase deficiency disease</synonym><synonym >Galactosylceramide lipidosis</synonym><synonym >Galactosylcerebrosidase deficiency</synonym><synonym >Galactosylsphingosine ...
  4. ... 313.250 Cerebrosides D02.065.313.250.450 Galactosylceramides D02.065.313.250.490 Glucosylceramides D02.065. ... D09.400.410.420.525.200.250.450 Galactosylceramides D09.400.410.420.525.200.250.490 ...
  5. ... called lysosomes where it hydrolyzes specific galactolipids, including galactosylceramide and psychosine. Galactosylceramide is an important component of ...
  6. ... 313.250...........................................Cerebrosides D02.065.313.250.450...........................................Galactosylceramides D02.065.313.250.490...........................................Glucosylceramides D02.065. ...
  7. ... D20) TUNICAMYCIN* (D20) DIP FAT EMULSIONS, INTRAVENOUS (D26) GALACTOSYLCERAMIDES* GLOBOSIDES* GLUCOSYLCERAMIDES* INTRALIPID* LACTOSYLCERAMIDES* TRIHEXOSYLCERAMIDES* METMYOGLOBIN* PHYTOHEMAGGLUTINIMS (D24) ...
  8. ... hydroxylase responsible for the formation of alpha-hydroxylated galactosylceramide in myelin. Biochem J. 2005; 388 :245–54. [ ...
  9. ... Galactosemia Galactosialidosis Galactosylceramidase deficiency disease, see Krabbe disease Galactosylceramide lipidosis, see Krabbe disease Galactosylcerebrosidase deficiency, see Krabbe ...
  10. ... by association of proteolipid protein with cholesterol- and galactosylceramide-rich membrane domains. J Cell Biol. 2000; 151 : ...
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