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Diet and Refsum's disease : The determination of phytanic acid and phytol in certain foods and the application of this knowledge to the choice of suitable convenience foods for patients with Refsum's disease
One hundred and fifty-one foods were analysed for phytanic acid and 57 foods for free phytol. Foods analysed included examples from all major food groups, beverages and confectionery. No significant amount of phytanic acid ...
Depression of tetanic force induced by loaded shortening of frog muscle fibres
1. Single fibres isolated from the anterior tibialis muscle of Rana temporaria were allowed to shorten against a high load during a 2.5-4.0 s fused tetanus (1-3 degrees C) and the maximum force produced at the short length ...
Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers for genetic analysis in Allium
RAPD analysis was applied to onion (Allium cepa) and otherAllium species in order to assess the degree of polymorphism within the genus and to investigate if this approach was suitable for genetic studies of onion. Seven ...
Process simulation for waste management
A critical assessment of available options for waste separation, recycling and energy recovery is an essential strategic step in formulating an economic and technically viable waste management policy The underpinning data ...
An Audit of Ozone Depleting Substances on behalf of an Electronics manufacturer : Confidential report CR3812
(Warren Spring Laboratory, DTI, 1993)
The expression of foreign DNA in bacteria
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 1993)