The chemical composition of liver plasma membrane was studied in Wistar rats aged between 3 and 24 months. Results obtained indicate a significant age-dependent positive correlation of both the protein:phospholipid and cholesterol:phospholipid ratios, whereas the protein:cholesterol ratio seems to remain unaffected. Phospholipid analysis of liver plasma membrane reveals that only the phosphatidylcholine content has a significant negative correlation with age; all other phospholipid species remain basically unchanged.

Spinedi, A., Rufini, S., Luly, P. (1985). Age-dependent changes of rat liver plasma membrane composition. EXPERIENTIA, 41(9), 1141-1143 [10.1007/BF01951698].

Age-dependent changes of rat liver plasma membrane composition

SPINEDI, ANGELO;RUFINI, STEFANO;LULY, PAOLO
1985-01-01

Abstract

The chemical composition of liver plasma membrane was studied in Wistar rats aged between 3 and 24 months. Results obtained indicate a significant age-dependent positive correlation of both the protein:phospholipid and cholesterol:phospholipid ratios, whereas the protein:cholesterol ratio seems to remain unaffected. Phospholipid analysis of liver plasma membrane reveals that only the phosphatidylcholine content has a significant negative correlation with age; all other phospholipid species remain basically unchanged.
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cholesterol; phosphatidylcholine; phospholipid; age; animal cell; cell membrane; liver; nonhuman; priority journal; rat; Aging; Animal; Cell Membrane; Cholesterol; Liver; Male; Membrane Fluidity; Membrane Lipids; Membrane Proteins; Rats; Rats, Inbred Strains; Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
Spinedi, A., Rufini, S., Luly, P. (1985). Age-dependent changes of rat liver plasma membrane composition. EXPERIENTIA, 41(9), 1141-1143 [10.1007/BF01951698].
Spinedi, A; Rufini, S; Luly, P
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