Lipids in the nervous system of different species as a function of age: brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerve, purified whole cell preparations, and subcellular particulates: regulatory mechanisms and…
Quantitative analysis of brain and spinach leaf lipids employing silicic acid column chromatography and acetone for elution of glycolipids
Quantitative elution of acidic and neutral glycolipids of brain and spinach leaves from silicic acid columns with acetone was demonstrated and provided the basis for an analytical procedure employing column and quantitative thin-layer chromatography (TLC).
Lipid composition of beef brain, beef liver, and the sea anemone: Two approaches to quantitative fractionation of complex lipid mixtures
Two new schemes for fractionation of complex lipid mixtures are presented and the types of lipid-nonlipid interactions disclosed by column chromatography and their potential application to biological problems are discussed.
Determination of polar lipids: Quantitative column and thin-layer chromatography
- G. Rouser, G. Kritchevsky, C. Galli, Dorothy Heller
- ChemistryJournal of the American Oil Chemists Society
- 1 March 1965
The structures of the polar lipid classes of plants and animals are presented, their nomenclature discussed, and suggestions are presented for clarification of nomenclature. The three general types…
Lipid composition of mitochondria from bovine heart, liver, and kidney.
- S. Fleischer, G. Rouser, B. Fleischer, A. Casu, G. Kritchevsky
- Biology, ChemistryJournal of Lipid Research
- 1 May 1967
It is suggested that mitochondria from different sources contain characteristic lipids, mainly phospholipids, of which cardiolipin is particularly diagnostic of the source of the mitochondria.
Lipid class composition of normal human brain and variations in metachromatic leucodystrophy, Tay-Sachs, Niemann-Pick, chronic gaucher’s and Alzheimer’s diseases
The lipid class distributions of the brain in metachromatic leucodystrophy, Tay-Sachs, Niemann-Pick, and Alzheimer’s diseases and senile cerebral cortical atrophy were shown to be similar to that of normal infant brain except that one sphingolipid was greatly increased in each disease.
Cellular membranes. Structure and regulation of lipid class composition species differences, changes with age, and variations in some pathological states.
A novel but simple method of graphic analysis disclosed that each polar lipid class of vertebrate and invertebrate organs and fungal mycelia occurs at only seven different percentages except in organs in which relative proportions of the lipid classes change with age.
Composition of the volatile oil from Chamaecyparis lawsoniana stump heartwood.
The oil contained approximately 5% ‐α‐pinene, 3% d ‐limonene, p ‐cymene (trace), 3% terpinolene, 0.5% l ‐cadinol, and 0.3% ‑cadinyl acetate, white solid m.
Detection of phthalate esters as contaminants of lipid extracts from soil samples stored in standard soil bags
the column should be performed as much as possible in the absence of heat and light, and in a nitrogen atmosphere. Also the runs are performed under nitrogen. The individual fractions (10 ml) were…