Ubiquinones of marine invertebrates
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The quantitative and qualitative compositions of the ubiquinones of 28 species of marine invertebrates representing five main types have been studied. The amount of ubiquinones did not exceed 5 µg per 1 g dry weight. For all species the main component is Q10, except for ascidians, which produce only Q9.
KeywordsUbiquinone Marine Invertebrate Qualitative Composition Sodium Tetrahydroborate Caustic Potash
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