TLC and GC‐MS Probes into the Fatty Acid Composition of some Lycoperdaceae Mushrooms

@article{Nedelcheva2007TLCAG,
  title={TLC and GC‐MS Probes into the Fatty Acid Composition of some Lycoperdaceae Mushrooms},
  author={D. Nedelcheva and D. Antonova and Sabina Tsvetkova and I. Marekov and S. Momchilova and B. Nikolova-Damyanova and M. Gyosheva},
  journal={Journal of Liquid Chromatography \& Related Technologies},
  year={2007},
  volume={30},
  pages={2717 - 2727}
}
Abstract The efficiency of the successive application of TLC, GC‐MS of fatty acid methyl esters and GC‐MS of fatty acid 4,4‐dimethyloxazoline derivatives in examination of the complex fatty acid mixture in mushrooms is demonstrated on examples of four species of Lycoperdaceae family. Twenty seven fatty acids were unambiguously identified in Bovista plumbea, Calvatia utriformis, Lycoperdon perlatum, and Lycoperdon pyriforme, grown in Bulgaria. Linoleic (37–65%), oleic (7–24%), palmitic (12–18… Expand
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