How do I solubilize PHAD?

The solubility in ethanol (as well as other alcohols) and DMSO is limited. Additionally, this species is insoluble in water (aqueous buffers, serum etc.); however, it can be dispersed in an aqueous medium using a suitable emulsifier or detergent. This species is soluble in chloroform (at least up to 50 mg/mL) and chloroform:methanol solvent systems, however gentle heating and sonication may be necessary to aid in dissolution. Dropwise additions of methanol or water may aid dissolution in chloroform at higher concentrations. If using in combination with other lipids, dissolve this lipid separately and then combine dissolved lipids in their respective solvent solutions.