HPLC separation of acyl lipid classes

  • Lin J
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A review. Identification of complex acyl lipids ideally includes the normal-phase HPLC to sep. the acyl lipid classes followed by reversed-phase HPLC to sep. the mol. species of a lipid class. Both polar lipid classes and non-polar lipid classes have been sepd. by normal-phase HPLC, mostly on silica and diol columns using binary gradients. The tentative identification of lipid classes can be made by HPLC retention times and the co-chromatog. with lipid class stds. Various normal-phase HPLC systems sepg. lipid classes are reviewed here. [on SciFinder(R)]

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  • Lipid classes
  • Normal-phase HPLC
  • Phospholipids
  • Triacylglycerols

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  • Jiann Tsyh Lin

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