Medical Definition of Sialoglycosphingolipid

1. A glycosphingolipid that contains one or more residues of N acetyl or other neuraminic acid derivatives. Gangliosides are found in highest concentration in cells of the nervous system, where they can constitute as much as 5% of the lipid. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sialoglycosphingolipid

sialoadenotomy
sialoadhesin
sialoaerophagy
sialoangiectasis
sialoangiitis
sialocele
sialoceles
sialodacryoadenitis
sialodochitis
sialodochoplasty
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sialoglycoconjugate
sialoglycoconjugates
sialoglycoprotein
sialoglycoproteins
sialoglycosphingolipid (current term)
sialogogue
sialogogues
sialogram
sialography
sialoid
sialolith
sialolithiasis
sialolithotomy
sialometaplasia
sialometry
sialomucin
sialomucins
sialon
sialons

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