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ISSN: 2155-9910

Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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Khadijeh Nabi Ghahfarokhi


Fatty Acids Profile, Atherogenic (IA) and Thrombogenic (IT) Health Lipid Indices in Leiognathusbindus and Upeneussulphureus

In this study, the fatty acids composition and the related health lipid indices (IA, atherogenic and IT thrombogenic) of Orange fin pony fish (Leiognathusbindus) and sulphur goatfishes (Upeneussulphureus) were studied in fall and spring in Mahshahr port in south of Iran. Fatty acids were analyzed by Gas Chromatograph (FID). The fatty acid com... Read More»

Mansoreh Ghaeni, Khadijeh Nabi Ghahfarokhi and Ladan Zaheri

Research Article: J Marine Sci Res Dev 2013, 3: 138

DOI: 10.4172/2155-9910.1000138

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