Retention and separation studies of cholesterol and bile acids using thermostated thin-layer chromatography.

@article{Zarzycki1999RetentionAS,
  title={Retention and separation studies of cholesterol and bile acids using thermostated thin-layer chromatography.},
  author={P. Zarzycki and M. Wierzbowska and H. Lamparczyk},
  journal={Journal of chromatography. A},
  year={1999},
  volume={857 1-2},
  pages={
          255-62
        }
}
The influence of temperature on retention and separation of cholesterol and bile acids, using reversed-phase thin-layer chromatography, was studied. As mobile phases methanol-water mixtures of various compositions were used. Chromatographic experiments were performed using vapor-saturated chambers at temperatures ranging from 5 to 60 degrees C. A linear relationship between R(M) values and temperature (1/T) as well as mobile phase composition was observed. The elution order of steroids under… Expand
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