By N.N. Sukhareva-Buell

ISBN-10: 9400710887

ISBN-13: 9789400710887

ISBN-10: 9401037876

ISBN-13: 9789401037877

The look for new manufacturers of biologically energetic components (BAS) opposed to human and animal illnesses is still a huge job in biology and medication. Experimental paintings has to be performed good prior to desire since it takes a typical of ten years to increase a brand new drugs, in addition to overtime to place it out there. research of the Protozoa kinds a different department of biology - protozoology. the conventional fields of protozoology are taxonomy, phylogeny, morphology, cytology, evolution, ecology and host parasite-interactions. The Protozoa is the one taxon one of the microscopic organisms, which has no longer been repeatedly studied as a resource of BAS. This ebook then is the results of the study at the undertaking: "Biologically lively components of the Mastigophora (Flagellates)". The study was once performed on the Laboratory of Antibiotics, division of Microbiology, organic college of Moscow nation collage. Articles of different authors at the subject were regarded as the real a part of this reference booklet. The aim of the reference ebook is to clarify medical methods, which bring about acquiring biologically lively ingredients from cultures of protozoa; the booklet studies the historic historical past in reference to modern improvement of the sphere. N.N. Sukhareva ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The study was once played in fruitful cooperation with my examine affiliates (V. Urinyuk, T. Titiova, L. Udalova, R. Zeleneva, V. Brusovanik, M. Zaretskaya), postgraduate scholars (N. Kalenik, M. Chuenkova, V. Vasilevskaya, V. Khorokhorina), my colleagues at Moscow kingdom college (Yu. Kozlov and I.

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Cruzi trypomastigotes apparently have the ability to methylate phosphatidylethnolamine into dimethylphosphatidylethnolamine. These phospholipids contain palmitic and stearic acids. The limited capacity of parasites to elongate and desaturate fatty acids was described by Uhrig et al. (1997) . The Iyso-PE by is incorporated by the bloodstream forms of T. b. brucei, Other Iysophospolipids, such as Iyso-PI, Iyso-PS, and Iysophophatides are transacylated in a manner similar to that of their diacylphospholipids.

T. brucei don't metabolize PC or PE, but will readily incorporate their Iysoforms . Biosynthesis of cerami des at rather high levels was detected in amast igotes of T. cruzi after 24 hours of incubation in 34 CHAPTER 3 LIT medium at 37°C. The major ceramide (>90%) is palmitoyl-dihydrosphigosine. , 1996). The bloodstream forms of T. b. , 1997). Other studies show that Leishmania preferably utilizes Sadeno sylmethionine as a source of methy l-groups and incorporates 25-60% of the labeled S-[methyl- 3H] adenosylmethionine into total lipids and 30-45% of the label into protein s (Avia and Polegre, 1993).

This protein is able to translocate to the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) membrane. Glycosarnine, mannose, and phosphoethanolamine in their activated forms, UDP-OlcNac, ODP-Man and CDP-EtN , are required for the biosynthesis of OPI 40 CHAPTER 4 anchors via PI. It is no wonder then that labeled [H3] mannosamine at a dosage of 4 mM reduces the rate of OPI precursor formation by 80%. , 1993). It is important to note that T. brucei in the bloodstream and procycle stages synthesizes anchor precursors in large excess of the cellular requirements (Ralton et aL, 1993).

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