By R O Adlof
The Advances in Lipid technique sequence was once introduced and edited through William W. Christie. Now, after a holiday of six years and with one other famous lipid analyst because the editor, the 5th quantity includes topical reports by means of foreign specialists on elements of lipid methodology. Chapters clarify the method of constructing common tools for examining fat, oils and lipids, then cross directly to study them, profile fatty acids in metabolic problems and supply a world point of view and functions in lipid expertise.
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Ghee adulterations with goat body fat were detected and estimated from the 10% level. Lambelet and Ganguli (1983) further detected cow or buffalo ghee adulteration with pig or buffalo body fat. The authors’ results showed that ghee adulterations with these animal fats at levels down to 5% were clearly seen in the cooling curves. Nevertheless, this technique did not detect vegetable oils such as coconut oil, and gave similar results for cottonseed-fed buffalo ghee adulterated with animal body fats.
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Advances in lipid methodology by R O Adlof