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Evidence for the existence of cholesteryl alk-1-enyl ethers in bovine and porcine cardiac muscle



Evidence for the existence of cholesteryl alk-1-enyl ethers in bovine and porcine cardiac muscle



Journal of Lipid Research 11(3): 201-208



Evidence is presented for the existence of cholesteryl alk-1-enyl ethers in bovine and porcine cardiac muscle. Several different fatty chains are present in the cholesteryl ethers, the major species having 16 and 18 carbon atoms. The cholesteryl alk-1-enyl ether concentration was found to be 0.08 and 0.01 micro moles/100 mg of neutral lipid in bovine and porcine cardiac muscle, respectively.

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