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Gas Chromatography And Mass Spectrometry Of The Trimethylsilyl Ether Methyl Ester Derivatives Of Long Chain Hydroxy Acids From Nocardia Corallina.

R. Batt, R. Hodges, J. G. Robertson
Published 1971 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Abstract The hydroxy acids from Nocardia corallina were fractionated on the basis of molecular weight by gas chromatography of their trimethylsilyl ether methyl esters. Mass spectrometric analysis of the trimethylsilyl derivatives suggested the occurrence of three types of parent acid which varied in carbon number from C38 to C48, in the degree of unsaturation and in the position of the β-hydroxycarboxylic acid moiety in the carbon chain.
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