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Abstract

Archaebacterial glycerol-bisdiphytanyl-glycerol tetraether core lipids containing from one to eight cyclopentane rings could be resolved from each other and from the parent uncyclized C,C lipid by TLC. The core lipids of examples from the genera and did not contain cyclized forms of glycerol-bisdiphytanyl-glycerol tetraethers, whereas the core lipids of contained glycerol-bisdiphytanyl-glycerol tetraethers with from one to three cyclopentane rings in each C isopranoid chain.

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