Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry. Group of Chromatography and Related Techniques. Scientific meeting. Granada (ESP), 1992/10/21.
A coupled TLC-HPLC procedure is proposed for the separation and determination of plasma triglycerides.
The method was tested by application to plasma samples corresponding to a normal population of Barcelona (Spain).
Eighteen different triglyceride types were identified and their relative proportions were established, in order to give a « normal profile » for men and women.
Sex-related differences (p<0.05) were only found for dioleostearin and palmitodilinolein+linoleooleopalmitolein (LLP+LOPa).
A correlation study showed that palmitodiolein and total cholesterol levels increase with age, whereas LLP-LOPa decreases in men and palmitolinoleoolein+palmitooleopalmitolein in women.
Mots-clés Pascal : Triglycéride, Plasma sanguin, Sang, Triglycéridémie, Analyse quantitative, Composition, Acide gras, Biologie clinique, Homme, Normal, Age, Sexe, Lipide, Extraction, Espagne, Europe, Epidémiologie, Chromatographie couche mince, Chromatographie HPLC, Méthode couplée, Barcelone
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Triglyceride, Blood plasma, Blood, Triglyceridemia, Quantitative analysis, Composition, Fatty acids, Clinical biology, Human, Normal, Age, Sex, Lipids, Extraction, Spain, Europe, Epidemiology, Thin layer chromatography, HPLC chromatography, Coupled method
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