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Comparative study is effective for clarifying differences in animal species in regard to the physiological functions of glycosphingolipid. Determination was thus made of the molecular structure of CMH present at high concentrations in the brain of sardines by GLC analysis for comparison with CSE in the brain and CMH in the liver. CMH content in the brain of sardines is lower than in that of mammals. There is species specificity in this regard. The principal fatty acid of CMH and CSE have carbondoi:10.5650/jos1996.48.693 fatcat:yf26ffmebnae7ehwm4ohlpiq7y