Kreps, EM The phospholipids of cell membranes in the nervous system of the animal world development: report at the 22nd annual Bach reading March 17, 1966 / Academy of Sciences of the USSR, the Institute of biochem. them. AN Bach. - L. Science, Leningrad. Dep, 1967. -. 72,  s. - (Bach´s reading; 22).
I proposed the theme "the Phospholipids of cell membranes
the nervous system in the development of animal life" is, so to speak, at the intersection of three lines of research. Each of these
lines characteristic for the present stage of development of biochemical science.
The topic of my "reading" refers primarily to the biochemistry of the nervous system. Neurochemistry is one of the actively developed
now areas of biochemistry. Unlike traditional
domestic physiology direction neurophysiological
neurochemistry in our country is not yet ranked by the number involved in the case of laboratories befitting her place. In this
there is a known gap from the fast-paced world of neurochemistry, for which 1966 was marked by the establishment of an independent International neurochemical society.
The second line of research is the biochemistry of lipids. Not so
lipids have long been considered mostly as a backup
energy cell material. You see page: Phospholipids nervous system cell membranes.
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