By W. W. Christie
This is often the 3rd quantity of an occasional sequence of books facing points of lipid methodology. The members speak about and learn positional isomers of glycerolipids, long-chain acyl-coenzyme A esters, 31P nuclear magnetic resonance profiling of phospholipids and a few vital references in lipid technique.
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Advances in Lipid Methodology, Volume 3 by W. W. Christie