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Estimation of oxysterols in milk and milk products. II. Possibilities and limits of TLC






Mitteilungen aus dem Gebiete der Lebensmitteluntersuchung und Hygiene 84(5): 566-580

Estimation of oxysterols in milk and milk products. II. Possibilities and limits of TLC

This paper describes possibilities and limits of using TLC for analysing cholesterol and 9 oxidation products (oxysterols) in butter oil (fresh, stored or heated). After clean-up, separation was by TLC. Step 1 is by hexane/ethylacetate and step 2 by methylene chloride/acetone/toluene elution.


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