Why you have to multiply labeled phosphatidylcholine by 15% | Masterjohn Q&A Files #185

Question: Why you have to multiply labeled phosphatidylcholine by 15%

Yes. If a lecithin product states the phosphatidylcholine content and you want to know the choline content, multiply by 15%.

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