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Influence of the products of phospholipolysis of phosphatidylcholine on micellar solubilization of fatty acids in the presence of bile salts

The British Journal of Nutrition

Jan 1, 1976

A K Lough, A Smith

PMID: 1083

Abstract

1. The solubility of fatty acids in aqueous solutions containing bile salts and lysolecithin at pH values between 2-0 and 7-4 was studied. Both the 1-acyl and 2-acyl isomers of lysolecithin increased the solubility of fatty acids to the same extent, the order of solubility being linolei...read more

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Bile Acid Measurement
Lysolecithin
Lecithinum, lecithin, Homeopathic preparation
Dall Sheep
Phosphatidylcholines
Saturated Fat
Lecithin
Sheep antigen
Molar Tooth
Domestic Sheep
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Influence of the products of phospholipolysis of phosphatidylcholine on micellar solubilization of fatty acids in the presence of bile salts

The British Journal of Nutrition

Jan 1, 1976

A K Lough, A Smith

PMID: 1083

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Abstract

1. The solubility of fatty acids in aqueous solutions containing bile salts and lysolecithin at pH values between 2-0 and 7-4 was studied. Both the 1-acyl and 2-acyl isomers of lysolecithin increased the solubility of fatty acids to the same extent, the order of solubility being linolei...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Bile Acid Measurement
Lysolecithin
Lecithinum, lecithin, Homeopathic preparation
Dall Sheep
Phosphatidylcholines
Saturated Fat
Lecithin
Sheep antigen
Molar Tooth
Domestic Sheep

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