QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF THE TOTAL CHOLESTEROL IN SOME MILKS OF YEMENI MARKETS
The recent study aimed to determine the total cholesterol quantitatively by High-Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) in some milks sold in Yemeni markets. Thirteen samples were randomly collected from several markets and animal farms (in Aden and Abyan governorates) and prepared for analysis. The cholesterol levels of the milk samples ranged between (0.34-22.8 mg/100g), and the highest cholesterol content was in the order: fresh and whole cream animal milk > the commercial whole cream animal milk > the commercial free-fat animal milk, to which a vegetable oil was added
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