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The CLA peaks are quantitated by GC analyses of total FAME and the resolution obtained by Ag+-HPLC is applied to the GC results. There are four GC peaks in the CLA region that may cause problems of identification: the 9c11t-18:2 peak may contain 7t9c- , 9c11t- and 8t10c-18:2, the 10t12c-18:2” isomer often coelutes with 21:0, the 9c11c-18:2 peak may also contain 11t13c-18:2, and the 9t11t-CLA peak is a mixture of several t,t-CLA isomers from 7,9- to 10,1218:2. On the other hand, there are several CLA isomers that are resolved by GC, such as 9t11c-, 10c12c-, 11c13c-, and 11t13t-18:2.
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