Research Paper Volume 10, Issue 11 pp 3486—3506

Phosphatidylcholine could protect the defect of zearalenone exposure on follicular development and oocyte maturation

Figure 5. The characteristic of the altered content lyso phosphatidylcholine (LPC) and platelet-activating factor (PAF). Orbitrip coupled with HPLC detected altered content metabolites with the m/z = 496.3324 and 518.3168 that were continuously eluted in 34 - 41 minutes (A). The structure information obtained from Orbitrip showed m/z = 496.3324 is a kind of LPC (B), and m/z =518.3168 is a kind of PAF (C).