The Characterization of Phospholipids by Gas Phase Analytical Methods

  title={The Characterization of Phospholipids by Gas Phase Analytical Methods},
  author={G. Casparrini and M. Horning and E. Horning},
  • G. Casparrini, M. Horning, E. Horning
  • Published 1969
  • Chemistry
  • It is generally believed that phospholipids are not amenable to direct study by gas phase analytical methods. Although it is true that ionized substances can not be volatilized and separated by gas chromatography, there are nevertheless ways in which volatile derivatives might be prepared for many phospholipids. Since this area of analytical biochemistry has not been explored, an investigation was undertaken with a view to determining the behavior of phospholipids under a variety of conditions… CONTINUE READING
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