Dry column method for the quantitative extraction and simultaneous class separation of lipids from muscle tissue


A method for lipid isolation is presented that is alternative to the traditional chloroform/methanol extraction methods. This new method allows lipid isolation by solvent elution of a dry column composed of a tissue sample, anhydrous sodium sulfate, and Celite 545 diatomaceous earth groud together. To isolate total lipids, the dry column is eluted with a… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02534964


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