Centrifugation in biology and medical science

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Wiley, Feb 20, 1981 - Science - 269 pages
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Presents a comprehensive account of the various roles that centrifugation takes in biomedical science and the diversity of instrumentation that is available to the researcher. Specific applications are discussed, noting advantages, limitations and other characteristics that are peculiar to each methodological approach. Deals with the historical evolution of the various centrifugal approaches so that recent developments can be appreciated in perspective.

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Contents

AN INTRODUCTION
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DENSITY GRADIENT CENTRIFUGATION IN ZONAL
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SOME FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICAL
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