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Neutral Lipids: glycerides, sterol esters, vitamin A esters, waxes

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Abstract

Having described in detail the individual fatty acids which are found in nature esterified in complex lipids, we can now go on to discuss the different types of acyl lipids themselves.

Keywords

Bile Salt Neutral Lipid Chain Fatty Acid Cholesterol Ester Pancreatic Lipase 
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© M. I. Gurr and A. T. James 1980

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Institute for Research in DairyingReadingUK
  2. 2.Unilever Research LaboratoryBedfordUK

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