Noradrenaline- and ionomycin-stimulated as well as basal phospholipase D activity from rat hippocampus produced, in the presence of ethanol, two different classes of [32P]phosphatidylethanol (designated I and II), which were separated by thin layer chromatography. Endogenous labeling experiments using 3H-fatty acids showed that two different classes of phosphatidylcholine, separated by two-dimensional TLC, one enriched with high incorporation of [3H]arachidonic acid (B) and the other with [3H]myristic acid (A), were the most likely sources for the two classes of phosphatidylethanol. Experiments where individual 32P-phospholipids extracted from [32P]Pi-labeled hippocampal slices mere incubated with cabbage phospholipase D, in the presence of ethanol, showed that each class of [32P]phosphatidylcholine, i.e. A and B, produced a different band of [32P]phosphatidylethanol, with the same mobility in TLC as phosphatidylethanol II and I, respectively.
|Publication status||Published - 16 Sep 1996|
- Phospholipase D
- Rat hippocampus
Sarri, E., Servitja, J. M., Picatoste, F., & Claro, E. (1996). Two phosphatidylethanol classes separated by thin layer chromatography are produced by phospholipase D in rat brain hippocampal slices. FEBS Letters, 393, 303-306. https://doi.org/10.1016/0014-5793(96)00906-4