The amounts of total lipids extracted from some but not all the algae examined were increased significantly by adding HCl to the usual chloroform-methanol extraction mixture. The Yield of phospholipid fraction relative to the glycolipids and neutral lipids increased significantly with acid extraction. Acid extraction also increased the yield of phosphatidyl serine, fatty acids, chlorophyll (or its derivatives) and several unknown compounds.
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|State||Published - 1979|
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AcknowledgeqemenfWse are grateful to the Petroleum Research Fund. admlnl<terod h! the American Chcmlcai Societ!. fat support of this research. We thank Dr. R. Moreno of the Sherman Envtronmcnlal Engineering Research Center. Technion. Israel. for the dried sewsageo xidation pond algal samples and Dr. E. Stcn?el of the G S 1Ã. l% Al~unford~uatvngd A lpentech-nologie, Dortmund. Federal Republic of German). for the Sccnrdcsmus sp. sample. We arc also grateful to Emil Vole1 and Franca Lebov. for therr aYbi\tancc with the experimental work.
- acid extraction.