FIM-FAME-7 Mixture, quantitative mixture

CATALOG # 2010
Amount 30 mg/ml, 1ml
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FIM-FAME-7 Mixture, quantitative mixture
  • Catalog #:2010
  • Scientific Name:FIM-FAME-7 Mixture (Methyl ester mixture)
  • Common Name:FIM-FAME-7 Mixture (Methyl ester mixture)
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  • Data Sheet:View Data Sheet
  • Unit:30 mg/ml, 1ml
  • Solvent:methylene chloride
  • Source:synthetic or plant
  • Purity:mixture
  • Analytical Methods:GC
  • Solubility:methylene chloride
  • Physical Appearance:liquid
  • Storage:-20°C
  • Composition:Contains the methyl esters of these fatty acids:
    C4:0, 4.0%
    C6:0, 4.0%
    C8:0, 4.0%
    C10:0, 4.0%
    C11:0, 2.0%
    C12:0, 4.0%
    C13:0, 2.0%
    C14:0, 4.0%
    C14:1(cis-9), 2.0%
    C15:0, 2.0%
    C15:1(cis-10), 2.0%
    C16:0, 6.0%
    C16:1(cis-9), 2.0%
    C17:0, 2.0%
    C17:1(cis-10), 2.0%
    C18:0, 4.0%
    C18:1(trans-9), 2.0%
    C18:1(cis-9), 4.0%
    C18:2(all-trans-9,12), 2.0%
    C18:2(all-cis-9,12), 2.0%
    C20:0, 4.0%
    C18:3(all-cis 6,9,12), 2.0%
    C20:1(cis-11), 2.0%
    C18:3(all-cis 9,12,15), 2.0%
    C21:0, 2.0%
    C20:2(all-cis 11,14,), 2.0%
    C22:0, 4.0%
    C20:3 (all-cis 8,11,14, 2.0%
    C22:1(cis 13), 2.0%
    C20:3(all-cis 11,14,17), 2.0%
    C20:4(all-cis 5,8,11,14), 2.0%
    C23:0, 2.0%
    C22:2(all-cis 13,16), 2.0%
    C24:0, 4.0%
    C20:5(all-cis 5,8,11,14,17), 2.0%
    C24:1(cis-15), 2.0%
    C22:6(all-cis 4,7,10,13,16,19), 2.0%
    listed in order of their elution.
  • Dry Ice:No
  • Hazardous:Yes
  • Literature References:Application Notes:

    This fatty acid methyl ester mixture contains 37 fatty acids for the identification and quantification of unknowns.1 It is prepared from high purity stock material and contains saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. This mixture is very useful for bacterial identification,2 triglyceride determination and the analysis of various plant and animal lipids.3 Understanding the role of fatty acids and fatty acid metabolism in plants and animals is important in drug development.

    References:
    1. T. Murata “Analysis of fatty acid methyl esters by a gas-liquid chromatography-chemical ionization mass spectrometry computer system” Journal of Lipid Research, Vol. 19:166, 1978
    2. N. Rozès et al. “A rapid method for the determination of bacterial fatty acid composition” Applied Microbiology, Vol. 3:17 pp.126, 1993
    3. D. Welch “Applications of cellular fatty acid analysis” Clinical Microbiology Reviews, Vol. 4:4 pp. 422, 1991