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High Performance Liquid Chromatographic and Gas Chromatographic Methods for Lipid Analysis

  • K. N. Kilcawley

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Free Fatty Acid Conjugate Linoleic Acid Steam Distillation Conjugate Linoleic Acid Isomer Butyl Ester 
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  • K. N. Kilcawley
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  1. 1.Moorepark Food Research CentreTeagasc, Fermoy, Co.CorkIreland

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