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AIMS AND SCOPE OF THE PRESENT STUDY
THE ISOLATION OF AN INOSITOL PHOSPHATIDE FROM PEAS
Some Variables Examined and their Effects
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acetone acetone-insoluble Agranoff amounts beaker benzene centrifuged chloroform-methanol chromatograms colloidal column chromatography compounds contain crude lipide diazomethane distilled water dried effluent emulsin enzymatic enzyme evaporated fatty acids Faure flask Folch fraction of peas fritted funnel frozen storage glacial acetic acid glycerol green peas Hanahan and Olley Hokin hydrolysis hydrolysis products hydrolyzates impurities incubation inositol content inositol lipide inositol monophosphate inositol phos inositol phosphatide inositol phosphatide fraction insoluble IP content IP fraction linkages lipide lipide fraction lyophilized Marinetti McKibbin methanol method methylated mixed calcium-magnesium salt mixture monophosphoinositide Morelec-Coulon nitrogenous obtained oleic ositol pea IP pea slurry peaks Peas of Various percent aqueous Perfected Freezer Peas periodic acid phatide phosphate phosphatidyl inositol phospholipide potassium salt precipitate purification pyridine raw peas residue resin salt of IP samples silicic acid silicic acid column small-scale sodium solution solvent spots Standard Curve sugars TABLE Thomas Laxton peas Wagenknecht 1957 yield