|Main Class||Glycerophosphoserines [GP03]|
|Sub Class||Monoacylglycerophosphoserines [GP0305]|
|InChIKey||JRLGKCGUDLONSO-RPWUZVMVSA-N Show lipids differing only in stereochemistry/bond geometry|
|References||Improved method for the quantification of lysophospholipids|
including enol ether species by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry
James G. Bollinger, Hiromi Ii, Martin Sadilek, and Michael H. Gelb
J. Lipid Res. 010 51:(2) 440-447
LIPID MAPS abbreviations for glycerophospholipids (GP)
The LIPID MAPS glycerophospholipid abbreviations (PC, PE, etc.) are used here to refer to species with one or two radyl side-chains where the structures of the side chains are indicated within parentheses in the 'Headgroup(sn1/sn2)' format (e.g. PC(16:0/18:1(9Z)). By default, R stereochemistry at the C-2 carbon of glycerol and attachment of the headgroup at the sn3 position is assumed. Also, acyl chains are assumed by default. The 'O-' prefix is used to indicate the presence of an alkyl ether substituent e.g. PC(O-16:0/18:1(9Z)), whereas the 'P-' prefix is used for the 1Z-alkenyl ether (Plasmalogen) substituent e.g. PC(P-16:0/18:1(9Z)).
For molecules with opposite (S) stereochemistry at C2 of the glycerol group and attachment of the headgroup at the sn1 position, the stereochemistry specification of [S] is appended to the abbreviation. The 'Headgroup(sn3/sn2)' abbreviation format is used.
For molecules with unknown stereochemistry at the C-2 carbon of the glycerol group, the stereochemistry specification of [U] is appended to the abbreviation and the structure is drawn with C-2 stereochemistry unspecified.