GLC-60 Mixture/ml, 1ml methylene chlorideGLC-60 Mixture/ml, 1ml methylene chloride
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GLC-60 Mixture/ml, 1ml methylene chloride

GLC-60 Mixture (quantitative)

This fatty acid methyl ester mix contains fatty acids with 20 carbons and various degrees of unsaturation for the qualitative identification and quantitation of samples by gas chromatography. This mix is ideal for studying problems with the quantitative analysis of animal and vegetable oils and fats. Knowledge of the fatty acid content of bacteria can be of great benefit in understanding microbials and can be of great nutritional importance in animals.1 Understanding the role of enzymes and regulatory pathways in human pathogens is important in drug development.2 Microbial fatty acid profiles are unique from one species to another and can therefore be used in the determination of bacterial identity.3 This is an excellent standard for identifying unknown fatty acid isomers in samples. All materials are analyzed to verify their identity and to determine their purity. All analytes are 98+% pure. This standard is accurately prepared by gravimetric technique (+/-0.5%) and all glassware is class A rated. Ampules are purged with nitrogen/argon before and after filling and chilled before being flame sealed. Store ampules sealed as received and process without delay immediately after opening the ampule. Composition: C20:0 Arachidate (25.0%),C20:1 Eicosenoate (cis-11) (25.0%),C20:2 Eicosadienoate (all cis 11,14)(25.0%),C20:3 Eicosatrienoate (all cis 11,14,17) (25.0%)
Cat# Size Price Qty Buy
1100 50 mg/ml, 1ml £106.50

Additional Information

Property Value or Rating
Product Size 50 mg/ml, 1ml
Manufacturer Matreya, LLC
Formula Weight 0
Solvent methylene chloride
Source synthetic or plant
Purity mixture
Analytical Methods GC
Natural Source Synthetic|Plant
Solubility methylene chloride
Physical Appearance A 50 mg/ml mixture in methylene chloride
Storage -20°C

1. M. Or-Rashid, N. Odongo and B. McBride, “Fatty acid composition of ruminal bacteria and protozoa, with emphasis on conjugated linoleic acid, vaccenic acid, and odd-chain and branched-chain fatty acids” Journal of Animal Science vol. 85 pp. 1228, 2007 
2. Y-M Zhang, S. White, and C. Rock “Inhibiting Bacterial Fatty Acid Synthesis” The Journal of Biological Chemistry vol. 281 pp. 17541, 2006 
3. N. Rozès, S. Garbay, M. Denayrolles, A. Lonvaud-Funel “A rapid method for the determination of bacterial fatty acid composition” Applied Microbiology vol. 3(17) pp. 126, 1993

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