Identification of naturally occurringtrans, trans Δ5,9 fatty acids from the spongePlakortis halichondroides

@article{Carballeira1990IdentificationON,
  title={Identification of naturally occurringtrans, trans Δ5,9 fatty acids from the spongePlakortis halichondroides},
  author={N{\'e}stor M. Carballeira and Fathi Shalabi},
  journal={Lipids},
  year={1990},
  volume={25},
  pages={835-840}
}
The firsttrans fatty acids from a sponge have been isolated fromPlakortis halichondroides. The sponge was shown to contain theiso acids (5E,9E)-19-methyl-5,9-eicosadienoic, (5E,9E)-20-methyl-5,9-heneicosadienoic and (5E,9E)-21-methyl-5,9-docosadienoic acid, as well as theanteiso acids (5E,9E)-19-methyl-5,9-heneicosadienoic and (5E,9E)-20-methyl-5,9-docosadienoic acid together with the straight chain (5E,9E)-5,9-docosadienoic acid. The acids were shown by gas chromatography, Fourier transform… CONTINUE READING

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