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The formation of lunar glasses
The work investigates experimentally the conditions required to form glasses out of a number of lunar compositions. Viscous flow and crystallization behavior of several compositions were studied overExpand
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Lipid composition of beef brain, beef liver, and the sea anemone: Two approaches to quantitative fractionation of complex lipid mixtures
Two new schemes for fractionation of complex lipid mixtures are presented. Their use for the study of lipids of beef brain, beef liver, and the sea anemone are described. Apparatus and techniques forExpand
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Determination of polar lipids: Quantitative column and thin-layer chromatography
The structures of the polar lipid classes of plants and animals are presented, their nomenclature discussed, and suggestions are presented for clarification of nomenclature. The three general typesExpand
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Lipid composition of mitochondria from bovine heart, liver, and kidney.
Highly purified preparations of mitochondria from bovine heart, liver, and kidney were isolated and characterized by electron microscopy, oxidative phosphorylation ability, cytochrome c reductaseExpand
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Cellular membranes. Structure and regulation of lipid class composition species differences, changes with age, and variations in some pathological states.
Total membrane mass and membrane lipid increase during differentiation. A novel but simple method of graphic analysis disclosed that each polar lipid class of vertebrate and invertebrate organs andExpand
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Lipids in the nervous system of different species as a function of age: brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerve, purified whole cell preparations, and subcellular particulates: regulatory mechanisms and
Publisher Summary The importance of lipid metabolism in health and disease has made a better knowledge of lipid metabolism and enzymology necessary. The lipid composition of whole organs and isolatedExpand
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Composition of the volatile oil from Chamaecyparis lawsoniana stump heartwood.
Abstract The oil contained approximately 5% d ‐α‐pinene, 3% d ‐limonene, p ‐cymene (trace), 3% terpinolene, 0.5% d ‐camphor, 6% l ‐α‐fenchyl alcohol, 2.3% d ‐bornyl acetate, 11% d ‐borneol, 27.5% dExpand
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Detection of phthalate esters as contaminants of lipid extracts from soil samples stored in standard soil bags
the column should be performed as much as possible in the absence of heat and light, and in a nitrogen atmosphere. Also the runs are performed under nitrogen. The individual fractions (10 ml) wereExpand
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