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1-Eicosanol has been used in gradient HPLC-charged aerosol detection method for the detection of different lipids, as internal standard during determination of policosanol?s high molecular weight alcohols (policosanol?s fatty alcohols) in fish oil by GC. Also used as a non-ionic surfactant in cosmetics, used in lubricants, rubber, plastics, textiles and as an emulsion stabilizer and viscosity increasing agent.
Marc Plante; Bruce Bailey; Ian Acworth. The use of charged aerosol detection with HPLC for the measurement of lipids. Methods in Molecular Biology. 2009, 579 469-482.
Ernesto J Méndez Antolín; Víctor L González Canavaciolo; Roxana Sierra Pérez. Gas chromatographic determination of high molecular weight alcohols from policosanol in µ-3 fish oil by acylation with acetyl chloride. Journal of AOAC International. 2008, 91(5), 1013-1019.