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1968). It may not always be applied to complex lipids because of difficulties in vaporization. HPLC employing a flame ionization detector was successfully applied to determination of neutral lipids and Abbreviations: TLC,thin-layer chromatography; HPTLC,highperformance thin-layer chromatography; HPLC,high-performance liquid chromatography; TL,total lipids; NL,neutral lipids; PL,phospholipids; CE,cholesteryl ester; FC,free cholesterol; TG,triacylglycerol; FA, free fatty acid; PE,phosphatidylethanolamine; PC,phosphatidylcholine; LPC,lysophosphatidylcholine; 8M,sphingomyelin; P8,phosphatidylserine.

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Biophys. , A. Kuksis, L. J. Myher (1977). Lipids 12, 529. , 1,2-da1ky1, 1-a1kenyl-2-acy1, 1-a1kyl-2-acy1 and 1,2-diacy1 glycerols as TMS or TBDMS derivatives were separated and identified by monitoring three kinds of fragment ions, 1) M-15 or M-57 for determining molecular weight; 2) RCO + 74, R + 130 and RCH=CH + 56 for acyl, alkyl and a1keny1 residues, respectively, and 3) base peaks corresponding to TMS-g1ycero1 (m/e 129,130) or O-TBDMS (m/e 131). By this method, chronological changes in molecular species of choline glycerophospho1ipids of fetal and adult rat liver and brain were studied.

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