How to avoid ‘wolf tooth’ components of phosphatides
When it comes to the types of phosphates found in phospholipoproteins, wolf tooth and wolf tooth component have a common ancestor.
A new study published in the journal Science suggests that they’re the same thing, and that they were derived from a common ancestral phosphatide.
What are phospholipsids?
They’re a class of phosphoproteins that come in different types.
They’re made of proteins that have one or more of the following features: They have a protein-like structure that resembles a chain;