Comparative composition of soybean and corn phosphatides View Full Text


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1950-09

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C. R. Scholfield, T. A. McGuire, Herbert J. Dutton

ABSTRACT

Corn phosphatides have been separated into alcohol-soluble and alcohol-insoluble fractions employing the same procedure previously used with soybean phosphatides. Alcohol-soluble and alcohol-insoluble portions have been fractionated by countercurrent distribution. The alcohol-soluble portion was found to contain lecithin and a small amount of cephalin. In addition to the phosphatides a nitrogen containing compound was concentrated in the 95% methanol-soluble fractions along with a small amount of sugar. As with the corresponding alcohol-insoluble fraction from soybean phosphatides, two major types of phosphoinositides are found to be present, those more soluble in hexane and those more soluble in 95% methanol. In contrast to soybean phosphatides most of the sugar is concentrated in the hexane-soluble fractions. The phosphorus to nitrogen and phosphorus to inositol ratios vary widely and do not approximate two as was the case in the soybean inositides. However the more hexane-soluble fractions seem to be made up largely of material with one mole of phosphorus for each mole of nitrogen and sugar. More... »

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352-355

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  • 1948-10. Components of “soybean lecithin” in JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OIL CHEMISTS' SOCIETY
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