Matreya LLC - A Lipid Biochemical Company
Matreya, LLC is part of Cayman Chemical Company to better serve the Lipid Community
Matreya, LLC is an Expert Lipid Biochemical company offering a comprehensive line of sphingolipids, glycosphingolipids, gangliosides, globotriaosylceramides, fatty acids and sterols. They have a trusted and established reputation for high purity products. The product portfolio includes a broad range of Lipids, Biochemicals, Signal Transduction Molecules, Biomarkers and Lysosomal Storage Disease Markers. These standards are ideal for Disease, Microbiology and Food Research.
Matreya, LLC serves researchers and manufacturers in the biochemistry, pharmaceutical, microbiology, food and agricultural areas. Their product line includes a broad range of sphingolipids, glycolipids, glycosphingolipids, fatty acids and esters, sterols and vitamin E isomers (tocopherols and tocotrienols). Their specialty is in producing high purity sphingosines, ceramides, sulfatides, globotriaosylceramides, gangliosides, enzyme inhibitors, tocopherols, and tocotrienols. Within the area of sphingolipids we have earned a reputation as the preferred problem solver and technology leader due to our dedicated technical assistance.
In order to insure a viable pipeline of new products, they strive to maintain and develop close working relationships with leading academics. They continually solicit their advice in specialty areas, particularly with regard to expanding their product line. As custom preparations often lead to important new products, they make every effort to accommodate the needs of their customers by being committed to offering a wide range of custom products.
AdipoGen Life Sciences provides all Matreya Reagents through its exclusive Partnership with Cayman Chemical in Switzerland. Matreya Reagents are listed on our website with the starting abbreviation "CAYM-". Please contact us if you request further information.
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Natural and Synthetic Phospholipids
Phospholipids are well known for their role as the main component of membranes where they form the lipid bilayer due to their amphipathic character. However, phospholipids are also important as cellular messengers, enzyme activators, and more. Hundreds of different phospholipid molecular species are present in cells, each with variations in phospholipid head groups or acyl tails that give them unique properties. Matreya offers an extensive list of highly purified natural and synthetic phospholipids to meet your research needs.
Phosphatidic acid (PA)
Sphingolipid Lysosomal Storage Diseases
Lysosomal storage diseases are classified according to the compounds accumulated in the lysosomes. This includes sphingolipidoses, oligosaccharidoses, mucolipidoses, mucopolysaccharidoses, lipoprotein storage disorders, lysosomal transport defects, and neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses. Because the lysosome lacks sufficient enzyme activity to metabolize a particular lipid compound, substrates in lysosomes accumulate. Disease can also result from an inability to transport a particular lipid out of the lysosome.
Sphingolipidoses (sphingolipid lysosomal storage disorders) result in an accumulation of various sphingolipids in the lysosome. Ten main sphingolipidoses affect the glycosphingolipid pathway: Farber’s, Krabbe, Gaucher, Metachromatic Leukodystrophy, Fabry, Sandhoff, Niemann-Pick, Sialidosis, Tay-Sachs, and GM1 gangliosidosis. All of these disorders are characterized by an accumulation of sphingolipids in the lysosome due to enzyme deficiency or ineffective transport of lipids from the lysosome.
Sphingosine and Ceramide Accumulation
Ceramide Trihexoside (Globotriaosylceramide) Accumulation