|Some modern methods of separation and analysis applicable to fish oils|
Holman, R.T. (1962). Some modern methods of separation and analysis applicable to fish oils, in: Heen, E. et al. Fish in nutrition. pp. 117-124
In: Heen, E.; Kreuzer, R. (1962). Fish in nutrition. Fishing News (Books): London. XXIII, 447 pp., more
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VLIZ: Biological Resources 
In recent years a number of physical methods for analysis of fats and lipids have been developed. Many of these are discussed, and examples of their application to fish lipids are given where possible. The methods include distillation, crystallisation, absorption chromatography, partition chromatography, paper chromatography, chromatography on glass paper, thin-layer chromotography, and gas phase chromatography. These,used single or in combination, offer a much more definitive description and analysis of lipids than was possible only a few years ago.