Natural arsenolipids are analogues of neutral lipids, like
monoglycerides, glycolipids, phospho- and also phosphonolipids. They
have been found in microorganisms, fungi, plants, lichens, in marine
mollusks, sponges, other invertebrates, and in fish tissues.
Arsenolipids are thought to be end products of arsenate detoxification
processes, involving reduction and oxidative methylation and
Valery M. Dembitsky, Dmitrii O. Levitsky, Arsenolipids
, Progress in Lipid Research, 43/5 (2004) 403-448.
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