Gene Kritchevsky

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1. Rouser, G., G. Kritchevsky, and A. Yamamoto, in Lipid Chromatographic Analysis, G. V. Marinetti, editor; Marcel Dekker Inc., Vol. 1, 1967, p 99-162. 2. Rouser, G., and S. Fleischer, in "Methods in Enzymology," M. E. Pullman and K. Estabrook, editors, Academic Press, Vol. 10, 1967, p 385-406. 3. Rouser, G., G. Kritchevsky, A. N. Siakotos and A. Yamamoto,(More)
Many sources of contamination for lipid preparations exist in the laboratory. These contaminants can be detected using thin-layer chromatography (TLC) and infrared spectroscopy. Numerous components that are potential contaminants and can lead to false analyses were demonstrated by TLC in laboratory soaps, cleaners, hand creams and lotions, hair tonics,(More)
Improved procedures for preparation of lipid extracts and determination of phospholipids by phosphorus analysis of spots separated by thin layer chromatography (TLC) were employed to determine the phospholipid class distributions of vertebrate (human, bovine, rat, mouse, frog) kidney, liver and spleen. The absence of significant changes arising from(More)
Quantitative elution of acidic and neutral glycolipids of brain and spinach leaves from silicic acid columns with acetone was demonstrated. Cerebrosides and sulfatides of brain and sulfolipid and glycosyl diglycerides of spinach leaves were eluted quantitatively with acetone while prospholipids remained on the column. The observations provide the basis for(More)
Highly purified preparations of mitochondria from bovine heart, liver, and kidney were isolated and characterized by electron microscopy, oxidative phosphorylation ability, cytochrome c reductase activity, and cytochrome content. Components of lipid extracts of the preparations were determined by thin-layer chromatography, diethylaminoethyl-cellulose column(More)