Gas phase analytical separation and structural study of ceramides

@article{Casparrini1969GasPA,
  title={Gas phase analytical separation and structural study of ceramides},
  author={G. Casparrini and E. Horning and M. Horning},
  journal={Chemistry and Physics of Lipids},
  year={1969},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-10}
}
  • G. Casparrini, E. Horning, M. Horning
  • Published 1969
  • Chemistry
  • Chemistry and Physics of Lipids
  • Abstract Ceramides may be subjected to direct separation and structural study by gas phase analytical methods. Suitable derivatives may be prepared by reaction with silylating reagents (leading to trimethylsilyl ether derivatives), and separations may be carried out with 1% SE-30 columns by temperature programming at 2°/min to 340–350°C. The structure of individual ceramides is indicated by their mass spectra; both the acyl group and the sphingosine base moiety can be recognized in this way. 
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