Further Reading

Gunstone FD, Harwood JL, and Padley FB (1994) The Lipid Handbook, 2nd edn. London: Chapman & Hall.

Han X and Gross RW (2003) Global analyses of cellular lipi-domes directly from crude extracts of biological samples by ESI mass spectrometry: A bridge to lipidomics. Journal of Lipid Research 44: 1071-1079.

Hazel JR and Williams EE (1990) The role of alterations in membrane lipid composition in enabling physiological adaptations of organisms to their physical environment. Progress in Lipid Research 29: 167-227.

Lee AG (1991) Lipids and their effects on membrane proteins: Evidence against a role for fluidity. Progress in Lipid Research 30: 323-348.

Neuringer ME, Anderson GJ, and Connor WE (1988) The essentiality of n-3 fatty acids for development and function of the retina and brain. Annual Review of Nutrition 8: 517-541.

Shulenin S, Nogee LM, Annilo T et al. (2004) ABCA3 gene mutations in newborns with fatal surfactant deficiency. New England Journal of Medicine 350: 1296-1303.

Spiegel S and Merrill AH Jr (1996) Sphingolipid metabolism and cell growth regulation. FASEB Journal 10: 1388-1397.

Valianpor RF, Wanders RJA, Barth PG, Overmars H, and van Geenup AH (2002) Quantitative and compositional study of cardiolipin in platelets by electrospray ionisation mass spectro-metry: Application for the identification of Barth syndrome patients. Clinical Chemistry 48: 1390-1397.

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