Here is a list of publications written by the principals at Chromaceutical.


Beck, R.A. (1976). High Speed Liquid Chromatographic Analysis of Cobalamin Productivity and Distribution in Activated Sewage Sludge Treatment. PhD thesis. Clark University, Worcester, MA, 1976.

Beck, R.A. and J.J. Brink. (1976). “Sensitive chemical method for routine analysis of cobalamins in sewage sludge.” Environmental Science and Technology. 10(2):173–175.

Beck, R.A. and J.J. Brink. (1978). “Production of cobalamins during activated sewage sludge treatment.” Environmental Science and Technology. 12(4):435–438.

Beck, R.A. (1978). “Competitive intrinsic factor binding assay for cobalamins in natural waters.” Analytical Chemistry. 50(2):200–202.

Beck, R.A. (1979). “Essential prerequisites for the analysis of cyanocobalamin in biochemically complex samples using radiometric competitive binding assays.” In Vitamin B12 Proceedings of the Third European Symposium on Vitamin B12 and Intrinsic Factor. B. Zagalak and W. Friedrich (eds.). Pp. 675–680. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin.

Beck, R. A. (1979). “Comparison of two radioassay methods for cyanocobalamin in seafoods.” Journal of Food Science. 44:1077–1079.

Brink, J.J., R.A. Beck, J.S. Miller and S.M. Thenen. (1980). “Relationship of urinary methylmalonic acid to vitamin B12 concentrations and hematologic changes in rats fed vitamin B12 deficient diets.” Journal of Nutrition. 110:1338–1346.

Brink, J.J., R.A. Beck, J.S. Miller and S.M. Thenen. (1980). “Hematologic changes in rats produced by vitamin B12 deficiency.” Federation Proceedings. 39:796–804.

Brink, J.J., R.A. Beck and B.W. Leduc. (1983). “Vitamin B12 deficiency reduces the content of methylated arginine residues in myelin protein of rat brain and spinal cord.” Journal of Neurochemistry. 41(suppl), S28C.

Zapsalis, C. and R.A. Beck. (1986). Food Chemistry and Nutritional Biochemistry. John Wiley and Sons, New York/London.

Anes, J.M., R.A. Beck and J.J. Brink. (1994). “Nitric oxide reactivity with hydroxocobalamin and the occurrence of nitritocobalamin in brain tissue.” Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) Journal. 8(7):A1304.

Anes, J.M., R.A. Beck, J. J. BRINK and R. J. GOLDBERG. (1994). “Nitritocobalamin and nitrosocobalamin may be confused with sulfitocobalamin using cation-exchange chromatography.” Journal of Chromatography B: Biomedical Applications. 660:180–185.

Beck, R.A., J.M. Anes, L.M. Savini and R.A. Mateer. (2000). “Picomolar quantification of free sulfite by means of 57Co-hydroxocobalamin and radiometric chromatographic isolation of 57Co-sulfitocobalamin: Method applications and significance.” Journal of Chromatography A. 881:345–356.

Beck, R.A., R.A. Mateer, J. Kowalski. (2002). “Molecular weight and branching analysis for dendritic carbohydrates using multi-angle laser light scattering (MALLS) analysis and periodate oxidation.” International Light Scattering Colloquium. Santa Barbara, CA.



Eppich, H.M. and R.A. Beck. (1995). “Pulsed Electric Field Preservation Technology for Meats and Whole Muscle.” Natick Acquisition Center, U.S. Army Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center. Under Contract # DAAK60-93-C-0091 with Science Research Laboratory, Inc. (Federal Government Report).

Beck, R. A. and J.M. Anes. (1998). “Analytical Determination of Hydroxyethylated Starch in Biological Fluids.” Technical Contract Research Report for BioTime, Inc., Berkley, CA.

Weidman, D.J., and R.A. Beck. (1999). “Linear Induction Accelerators for Extending the Shelf-life of Foods.” Advanced Research Projects Agency (Department of Defense) Army, U.S. Army Missile Command Under Contract # DAAH01-95-C-R-213, ARPA Order No. C043 with Science Research Laboratory, Inc. (Federal Government Report).

Weidman, D.J., R.A. Beck, W.J. Cooper, J.P. Moran and G.A. Peyton. (1999). “Application of Linear Induction Accelerators for Electron-Beam Radiolysis of Contaminated Water.” National Science Foundation, SBIR Phase II Report Contract Number DMI 9531275 with Science Research Laboratory, Inc. (Federal Government Report).


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