Separation by gel chromatography of naturally incorporates suitable precursors into a lecithin fraction occurring phosphatidylcholine mixtures according to number of ethylenic linkages RICHARD

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This paper describes a procedure for the separation of lecithins according to the number of ethylenic bonds in their fatty acid residues. The procedure uses a column of alkylated dextran (Sephadex LH-20) eluted with an organic solvent system, the unsaturated lipids being separated as their mercuric acetate addition compounds. The system is capable of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Clements2002SeparationBG, title={Separation by gel chromatography of naturally incorporates suitable precursors into a lecithin fraction occurring phosphatidylcholine mixtures according to number of ethylenic linkages RICHARD}, author={A. R. Clements}, year={2002} }