Cholesteryl Ester Analysis Service

    Cholesteryl esters derived from cholesterol, are dietary lipids. They form when enzymes in the human body metabolize cholesterol with an ester bond between the carboxyl group of fatty acids and the hydroxyl group of cholesterol. Cholesteryl esters are extensively found in animal body fluids (plasma lipoproteins) and can also appear as fatty streaks in blood vessel walls, contributing to atherosclerosis. Their strong hydrophobic nature results in low solubility in water.

     

    MtoZ Biolabs utilizes mass spectrometry to analyze cholesteryl esters, offering molecular species data based on associated fatty acids. We recommend conducting semi-quantitative cholesteryl ester profiling for direct sample or treatment comparisons. Additionally, we can perform quantitative analysis of cholesteryl esters using established standards upon request.

     

    Services at MtoZ Biolabs

    1. 14:0 cholesteryl ester

    2. 15:0 cholesteryl ester

    3. 16:0 cholesteryl ester

    4. 16:1 cholesteryl ester

    5. 17:0 cholesteryl ester

    6. 18:0 cholesteryl ester

    7. 18:1 cholesteryl ester

    8. 18:2 cholesteryl ester

    9. 18:3 cholesteryl ester

    10. 20:0 cholesteryl ester

    11. 20:4 cholesteryl ester

    12. 22:0 cholesteryl ester

    13. 22:4 cholesteryl ester

    14. 22:6 cholesteryl ester

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