Books

Edwin N. Frankel

LIPID OXIDATION - FIRST EDITION

Written by Edwin N. Frankel, University of California, USA,  Published 1998, 303 pages

LIPID OXIDATION – SECOND EDITION

Written by Edwin N. Frankel, University of California, USA, Published 2005. 486 pages

ANTIOXIDANTS IN FOOD AND BIOLOGY: FACTS AND FICTION

Written by Edwin N. Frankel, University of California, USA, Published 2007. 266 pages.

Published by The Oily Press, PJ Barnes & Associates, PO Box 200, Bridgwater TA7 OYZ, England, last known web address: http://www.pjbarnes.co.uk/op/aox.htm

Book review of “Lipid Oxidation, second edition”: 

Dr Neil MacFarlane, DSM Nutritional Products, Heanor, UK, in Lipid Technology, 2005, Vol.17, pp.165–166.

“Perhaps the most important aspect of this book is the sheer breadth and expertise of coverage of lipid oxidation. There is something here for everyone working in the lipid field. While departmental libraries should contain this volume, it should also be available in the lab and on the desk for immediate reference.”

Book reviews of “Antioxidants in Food and Biology”:

Professor Jan Pokorny, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic, European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology, 2007, Vol.109, No.10, p.1045.

Professor Frankel … has now published a logical continuation of his previous work - a monograph on lipid antioxidants…  The book offers excellent information to food scientists, biologists, researchers, medical experts, teachers and advanced students.

Dr William E. Artz, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA, Inform 2007, Vol. 18, No. 8, p. 557.

“This is a well written and informative text by one of the top investigators in the field of food lipid oxidation. It would be a nice addition to any food scientist's library, especially those scientists with a substantial interest in lipid oxidation.”

Dr Neil Macfarlane, DSM Nutritional Products, Kaiseraugst, Switzerland, Lipid Technology, 2007, Vol.19, p.266.

“Professor Frankel puts over 50 years of his lipid expertise on the table and draws up a comprehensive list of questions, which are as yet unanswered. He provides his thoughts on how these questions might be approached for future solution.”