Lipid Analysis: Isolation, Separation, Identification, and Structural Analysis of Lipids

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Pergamon Press, 1982 - Science - 207 pages
Paperback. This book is a practical guide in one compact volume to the complexities of the analysis of lipids from animal and plant tissues. Methods for chromatography, chemical analysis and spectroscopy of lipids are critically described with 900 references. The basic principles of each technique are discussed and selected procedures are described in such detail that the book should serve as a primary source, of value at the laboratory bench. Chapters follow a logical sequence from the extraction of lipids from tissues to the isolation and characteriaation of particular lipid classes and of the molecular species of each. In this second edition there is a chapter on the separation of lipoprotein classes.

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The Structure Chemistry and Occurrence of Lipids
Chromatographic and Spectroscopic Analysis of Lipids General Principles
The Isolation of Lipids from Tissues

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Daniel J. Christie is Professor of Psychology at Ohio State University and past president of Division 48 of the American Psychological Association (Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Division of Peace Psychology), and Psychologists for Social Responsibility. He is co-author of Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology for the 21st Century (Prentice-Hall), and Series Editor for the forthcoming Peace Psychology Book Series (Springer Publishers). His recent research focuses on the structural basis of conflict and peace, human needs theory, nonviolent democratization movements, social activism, and developmental changes in children's perceptions and understandings of violent events.

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