Glucocerebroside

Glucocerebroside (also called glucosylceramide) is any of the cerebrosides in which the monosaccharide head group is glucose. ==Clinical significance== They occur mostly in nonneuronal tissue and accumulate abnormally in Gaucher disease, where glucocerebrosidase is absent or nonfunctional. ...
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glucocerebroside

<biochemistry> A cerebroside (a sugar lipid complex) which includes the sugar glucose. ... The acid amide part of a fatty acid which has glucosidic linkages. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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glucocerebroside

(from the article `chemical compound`) ...(ceramide phosphocholine) is a simple ceramide modified by the addition of a phosphocholine head group. Ceramide monohexosides are cerebrosides ...
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glucocerebroside

(gloo″ko-sә-re´bro-sīd″) a cerebroside containing a glucose sugar; it accumulates in the tissues in Gaucher disease.
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glucocerebroside

Type: Term Pronunciation: glū′kō-ser′ĕ-brō-sīd Synonyms: glucosylceramide
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