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Identification of acetylated diether lipids in halophilic Archaea

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Kropp, Cosimo ; Lipp, Julius ; Schmidt, Anna Lena ; Seisenberger, Christina ; Linde, Mona ; Hinrichs, Kai‐Uwe ; Babinger, Patrick
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As a hallmark of Archaea, their cell membranes are comprised of ether lipids. However, Archaea-type ether lipids have recently been identified in Bacteria as well, with a somewhat different composition: In Bacillales, sn-glycerol 1-phosphate is etherified with one C35 isoprenoid chain, which is longer than the typical C20 chain in Archaea, and instead of a second isoprenoid chain, the product ...


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