tripalmitin


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Synonyms for tripalmitin

a triglyceride of palmitic acid

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We prepared stock solutions of pure tripalmitin SRM 1595 in toluene at 12.
It is a natural bovine lung extract mixed with colfosceril palmitate (DPPC), palmitic acid, and tripalmitin.
The gravimetric method of Bligh and Dyer (1959) was used for determination of lipids in 40-50mg of foot tissue, while gonad tissue was assayed using the method described by Marsh and Weinstein (1966) on 1-3mg samples using tripalmitin as a standard.
The 6 standards used to identify lipid class were tripalmitin (triacylglycerol), palmitic acid (flee fatty acids), (S)-l,2-dipalmitin (diacylglycerol), cholesterol (sterol), DL-[alpha]-palmitin (monoglyceride), and L-[alpha]-phosphatidylcholine (phospholipid), and were obtained from Sigma-Aldrich.
Lipids were extracted following the method of Bligh and Dyer (1959), and lipid concentrations were calculated by reference to standards of tripalmitin in chloroform.