An inositol-containing sphingophospholipid ceramidephosphoinositol (CPI) found for the first time in red macrophytic algae proved to be typical of the Rhodophyta. The CPI content varied among the algal species from trace amounts to 15.7% of the total phospholipids and depended on season. Red seaweeds provide a more convenient source of ceramidephosphoinositol than other organisms.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 18, 2007
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