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Bile salt lipid emulsions were prepared which simulated the emulsified oil-micellar phase system of the small intestinal content during fat digestion. Application of such emulsions to gel columns prepared and eluted with 6 mM sodium taurodeoxycholate separated an emulsion phase and a micellar...
An unidentified lipid was found in five different tumor sources. It was not found in liver, bone marrow or plasma from tumor-bearing animals, nor in the extracellular fluid supporting growth of Ehrlich ascites cells. The polarity of the unidentified component was similar to that of a glyceryl...
Triglyceride lipase and diglyceride kinase can be used in a sensitive stereospecific analysis of the separate fatty acid compositions at the 1, 2 and 3 positions of a triglyceride. Diglyceride kinase from Escherichia coli selectively catalyzes the phosphorylation of 1,2-diglycerides but not the...
Trifluoroacetate (TFA) derivatives of methyl 12-hydroxystearate, methyl ricinoleate, five positional isomers of methyl threo - and erythro -dihydroxystearate, four diastereoisomeric methyl 9,10–12-trihydroxystearates, and four racemic diastereoisomeric methyl 9,10–12,13-tetrahydroxystearates...
The mass spectra of 1- and 2-monoglycerides, their diacetyl derivatives and their trimethylsilyl (TMS) ether derivatives were recorded at high (80 eV) and low (6–13 eV) voltages. The fatty acid components of these derivatives included the even-numbered saturated acids from capric to arachidic...
Data are presented to show the occurrence of saturated aliphatic delta lactones, namely the δ-C 10 , δ-C 12 , δ-C 14 , and δ-C 16 , in numerous ruminant and monogastric animal fats. These trace components were isolated by silicic acid adsorption chromatography followed by identification...
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