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cardiolipin


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cardiolipin

cardiolipin

Recurrent venous thromboses, anti‐cardiolipin antibodies and Crohn's disease

Anti-cardiolipin antibodies in sexual partners of recurrent aborters.

Preservation of Cardiolipin Content During Aging in Rat Heart Interfibrillar Mitochondria

Renal thrombotic microangiopathy, Campylobacter gastroenteritis and anti‐cardiolipin antibody

Dietary linoleate preserves cardiolipin and attenuates mitochondrial dysfunction in the failing rat heart

Comparison of different kits in the detection of autoantibodies to cardiolipin and beta2glycoprotein 1

Autoantibodies against cardiolipin and endothelial cells in Takayasu's arteritis: prevalence and isotype distribution.

The pel1 mutant of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is deficient in cardiolipin and does not survive the disruption of the CHO1 gene encoding phosphatidylserine synthase

Alternative cardiolipin synthase Cls1 compensates for stalled Cls2 function in Staphylococcus aureus under conditions of acute acid stress

Regulatory role of cardiolipin in the activity of an ATP-dependent protease, Lon, from Escherichia coli

Effect of Glycerol on the Affinity of DnaA Protein for ATP in the Presence of Cardiolipin

An Isocratic HPLC Method for the Simultaneous Determination of Cholesterol, Cardiolipin, and DOPC in Lyophilized Lipids and Liposomal Formulations

OPA1 disease alleles causing dominant optic atrophy have defects in cardiolipin-stimulated GTP hydrolysis and membrane tubulation

Anti-cardiolipin antibodies in fetal blood and amniotic fluid derived from patients with the anti-phospholipid syndrome

Inhibition of Delta-6 Desaturase Reverses Cardiolipin Remodeling and Prevents Contractile Dysfunction in the Aged Mouse Heart Without Altering Mitochondrial Respiratory Function

Get1p and Get2p are required for maintenance of mitochondrial morphology and normal cardiolipin levels

Comparison of different kits in the detection of autoantibodies to cardiolipin and β2-glycoprotein 1: comment on the article by Audrain et al.

 

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A diphosphatidyl glycerol, found in the membrane of Treponema pallidum. It can be purified from beef heart and is the antigen detected by the Wasserman test for syphilis.

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