Identification of plant sterols in plasma and red blood cells of man and experimental animals

@article{Kuksis1976IdentificationOP,
  title={Identification of plant sterols in plasma and red blood cells of man and experimental animals},
  author={Arnis Kuksis and Lajos Marai and John J. Myher and K. Geher},
  journal={Lipids},
  year={1976},
  volume={11},
  pages={581-586}
}
Direct gas liquid chromatography (GLC) of total plasma lipids showed small peaks (0.5–1.5% of total free sterol area) corresponding to free C28 and C29 sterols in ca. 50% of some 3,000 normal subjects and patients with hyperlipemia. Comparable proportions of similar peaks were present in the sterol fraction isolated from the red blood cells of many of these subjects. The maximum levels of these components in the plasma and red blood cells of domestic and laboratory animals were up to 10 times… CONTINUE READING

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