By W. W. Christie
This is often the 3rd quantity of an occasional sequence of books facing elements of lipid methodology. The individuals speak about and examine positional isomers of glycerolipids, long-chain acyl-coenzyme A esters, 31P nuclear magnetic resonance profiling of phospholipids and a few vital references in lipid technique.
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Santinelli et al.  have used this method to demonstrate marked asymmetry between sn-1- and sn-3-positions of individual triacylglycerol species, although the stereospecific analysis of the total triacylglycerol mixture had indicated symmetry. The data suggest that the 1-random 2-random 3-random distribution theory may not adequately predict the structure of vegetable oils. The chiral-phase HPLC separation of enantiomeric diacylglycerols also has allowed significant observations to be made. Yang and Kuksis [110,112] have used the method for stereospecific analysis of menhaden oil and of the chylomicron triacylglycerols derived from it to propose a convergence of the phosphatidic acid and the monoacylglycerol pathways of triacylglycerol biosynthesis during fat absorption.
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Advances in Lipid Methodology, Volume 3 by W. W. Christie