05128162 is referenced by 11 patents and cites 8 patents.

Generally in accordance with the present invention, methods are provided for removing cholesterol from edible triglyceride oils. In this regard, animal fats typically contain cholesterol predominantly in the form of free cholesterol, as well as minor amounts of cholesterol esters of fatty acids such as cholesteryl oleate or palmitate. The present methods may be used to remove cholesterol from both animal and vegetable triglyceride oils, including, but not limited to, butterfat, beef tallow, fish oil, lard, soybean oil, canola oil, corn oil, sunflower oil, cottonseed oil, safflower oil, olive oil and peanut oil.

Title
Method for removing cholesterol from edible oils
Application Number
7/560366
Publication Number
5128162
Application Date
July 31, 1990
Publication Date
July 7, 1992
Inventor
Gerard L Hasenhuettl
Highland Park
IL, US
R G Krishnamurthy
Glenview
IL, US
Paul W Wrezel
Chicago
IL, US
Agent
Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery
Assignee
Kraft General Foods
IL, US
IPC
C11B 3/00
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