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Study on the Factors Influencing the Extraction of Chenodeoxycholic Acid from Duck Bile Paste by Calcium Salt Method

Xiangzheng Hu, Na Feng, Jiaqi Zhang
Published: 1 March 2018

Abstract: New extraction technology of chenodeoxycholic acid from duck bile paste by calcium salt was investigated. The optimum conditions of extraction were determined by orthogonal experimental design. The results indicated that influencing factors on the extraction efficiency of chenodeoxycholic acid were as follows: hydrogen peroxide, methyl alcohol, glacial acetic acid, and calcium chloride. The optimum extracting conditions of chenodeoxycholic acid were 1000 mL amount of methyl alcohol, 50 mL amount of hydrogen peroxide, 500 mL amount of 20% calcium chloride, and 600 mL amount of 60% glacial acetic acid for a quantity of duck paste. The yield of chenodeoxycholic acid was 30%.
Keywords: Salt / paste / duck / calcium / alcohol / methyl / chenodeoxycholic acid / extraction

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