By W. David Nes
Research of Sterols and different Biologically major Steroids presents the elemental education for the research of chosen sterols and steroids.
The ebook consists of chapters that overview the spectroscopic and chromatographic houses of definite sterols and steroids. The textual content additionally teaches the best way to isolate and symbolize sterols and steroid metabolites of plant, fungal, and bug foundation. Lipoprotein research and the usage of physical-analytical options are likewise provided.
Biochemists, microbiologists, and scientific physiologists will locate the ebook priceless.
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