diglyceride

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diglyceride

 [di-glis´er-īd]
a glyceride containing two fatty acid molecules in ester linkage.

diglyceride

/di·glyc·er·ide/ (di-glis´er-īd) diacylglycerol.

diglyceride

(dī-glĭs′ə-rīd′)
n.
An ester of two fatty acids and glycerol.

diglyceride

[dīglis′ərīd]
a chemical compound, a diester ester of glycerol in which the hydrogen in two of the hydroxyl groups is replaced by an acyl radical.

diglyceride

a glyceride containing two fatty acid molecules in ester linkage.
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Studies have shown that additions of emulsifiers such as mono and diglycerides and glycerol mono stearate improved the form and shape of toast bread [10].
Triglycerides are converted to diglycerides in fat body cells (trophocytes), which in turn are attached to lipophorins prior to entering hemolymph for transport (Bailey 1975).
Monick, JA, Treybal, RE, "Separation of Monoglycerides, Diglycerides and Triglycerides by Liquid-Liquid Extraction.
Clinical methods that are standardized to the CA RMP also are not specific for triglycerides because the reagents hydrolyze not only triglycerides, but also monoglycerides and diglycerides to glycerol.
I'm talking delights such as 'gluten-free breadcrumbs', with their secondary ingredients of water, potato starch, maize, vegetable oil, guar gum, methylcdlu-lose, salt - and a dash of mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids.
Tribological behavior of rapeseed oil mixtures with mono--and diglycerides, Mechanika (5): 74-78.
For UHT Reconstituted Milk, Premium Ingredients has developed PREMITEX XLB-6012, a specific blend of emulsifiers and stabilizers composed of mono - and diglycerides of fatty acids, carrageenan and guar gum and designed for the preparations of long life milk drinks and recombined milk.
Cognis' new aerating agent is based on a range of carefully chosen emulsifiers, such as polyglycerolesters and distilled mono-and diglycerides.
The 1,3 diglycerides into two (1 or 3) monoglycerides by the 1,3 lipases in the small intestine, but no resynthesis of TAG from occurs as the glycerol backbone lacks the critical third fatty acid chain, which acts as the substrate for the lipases.
Diglycerides and monoglycerides are the intermediates in this process.