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Gillet, B ; Bleneau, S ; Beloeil, JC

NMR characterization of phospholipids and triglycerides

Analusis 26 (3) M26-M33

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Abstract :

Fatty acids are one of the components of living things that nave physiologically significant roles. One group, the phospholipids are a major constituent of cell membranes, while another, the triglycerides act as energy reserves. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance is a non-invasive, atraumatic method that can be used to study these biological materials in living animals. The first part of this article describes the nuclei and experiments (1D and 2D) used in the qualitative and quantitive analysis of mixtures of lipids derivatives. The second part is concerned with studies on lipids in living systems that are placed under specific constraints.