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Ceramides are generated from sphingomyelin through activation of sphingomyelinases or through the de novo synthesis pathway. Certain forms of ceramide have been shown to mediate cellular responses such as apoptosis, growth arrest, and differentiation in certain cell types.1,2 C-
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1. Ogretmen, B., Pettus, B.J., Rossi, M.J., et al. Biochemical mechanisms of the generation of endogenous long chain ceramide in response to exogenous short chain ceramide in the A547 human lung adenocarcinoma cell line. J Biol Chem 277(15) 12960-9 (2002).
2. Pandey, S., Murphy, R.F., and Agrawal, D.K. Recent advances in the immunobiology of ceramide. Exp Mol Pathol 82(3) 298-309 (2007).
3. Cowart, L.A. Sphingolipids: Players in the pathology of metabolic disease. Trends Endocrinol Metab 20(1) 34-42 (2008).
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