Further Reading

Birnie GD and Rickwood D (eds) Centrifugal Separation in

Molecular and Cell Biology. London: Butterworths. Brakke MK (1952) Density gradient centrifugation: a new separation technique. Journal of the American Chemical Society 73: 1847-1848. Coulson JM, Richardson JF, Backhurst JR and Harker JH (1978) In: Chemical Engineering, 3rd edn, vol. 2: Unit Operations. Oxford: Pergamon Press.

Griffith OM (1986) Techniques of Preparative, Zonal, and Continuous Flow Ultracentrifugation; DS-468H. Palo Alto, CA: Spinco Division of Beckman Instruments. Hsu HW (1981) In: Perry ES (ed.) Techniques of Chemistry, vol. XVI: Separations by Centrifugal Phenomena. New York: Wiley. Lavanchy AC and Keith EW (1979) Centrifugal separation. In: Grayson M and Eckroth D (eds) Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, 3rd edn, vol. 5, pp. 194-233. New York: J Wiley.

Letki A, Moll RT and Shapiro L (1997) Centrifugal separation. In: Ruthven DM (ed.) Encyclopedia of Separation Technology, pp. 251-299. New York: J Wiley.

Price CA (1982) Centrifugation in Density Gradients. New York: Academic Press.

Sheeler P (1981) Centrifugation in Biology and Medical Science. New York: J Wiley.

Svedberg T and Peterson KO (1940) The Ultracentrifuge. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

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