Splenic lipids in Gaucher's disease.


Column chromatography (on cellulose, silicic acid, and Florisil) and thin-layer chromatography were employed for the separation and purification of lipid fractions from normal and Gaucher spleens. A new hydrolysis procedure, followed by paper chromatography, was used for identification of sugar moieties. A nonhydrolytic combined colorimetric procedure, with… (More)


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@article{Kennaway1968SplenicLI, title={Splenic lipids in Gaucher's disease.}, author={Nancy G. Kennaway and Lesley Woolf}, journal={Journal of lipid research}, year={1968}, volume={9 6}, pages={755-65} }