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glyceride

 [glis´er-īd]
an organic acid ester of glycerin, designated, according to the number of ester linkages, as a mono-, di-, or triglyceride.

glyc·er·ide

(glis'ĕr-īd, -īd),
An ester of glycerol. The term is usually used in combination with phospho- (phosphoglyceride). The use of mono-, di-, and triglyceride is being replaced by the more precise terms mono-, di-, and triacylglycerol, respectively.

glyceride

/glyc·er·ide/ (glis´er-īd) acylglycerol; an organic acid ester of glycerol, designated, according to the number of ester linkages, as mono-, di-, or triglyceride.

glyceride

(glĭs′ə-rīd′)
n.
An ester formed between one or more fatty acids and glycerol. Glycerides are found in plant oils and animal fats.

glyc·er·ide

(glis'ĕr-īd)
An ester of glycerol.

glyceride

an ESTER of GLYCEROL.

glyc·er·ide

(glis'ĕr-īd)
An ester of glycerol.

glyceride (glis´ərīd),

n an ester of glycerin with one or more aliphatic acids.

glyceride

an organic acid ester of glycerin, designated, according to the number of ester linkages, as a mono, di- or triglyceride.
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51 sphingolipids, 87 phosphoglycerides, 59 glycerides, 82 free fatty acids, 67 polar metabolites in the plasma and 62 sphingolipids, 85 phosphoglycerides, 54 glycerides, 78 polar metabolites in the myocardium were successfully identified and quantified.
28-29) After shaking this mixture for at least 5 min, the aqueous phase containing the remaining glycerol and the organic phase containing water insoluble castor oil glycerides were separated with a centrifuge.
Actually, in order to increase the yield of individual partial glyceride, to some extent, the reaction could be conducted by changing the initial glycerol/oil ratio, catalyst, (62) or by using a co-solvent.
ID-mass spectrometry (MS) procedures permit rapid interference-free measurement of glycerides in serum.
Diacyl glyceride (DAG) has been shown to be beneficial in reducing these disorders [3].
The basic concept is derived from the well-known fact that the derivatization of glycerides (or other esters) to Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAME) can be catalysed by either an acid or an alkali.
The USFDA has set a limit on 1,4-dioxane at 10ppm (parts per million) in approving glycerides and polyglycerides for use as excipients in products such as dietary supplements (which are ingested).
This portable mid-infrared device measures the percentage of biodiesel in diesel fuel, ethanol in gasoline, water in ethanol as well as total glycerides during the biodiesel reaction process.
However, when they doubled the amount of glycerides they noticed a remarkable effect.
Sheffield's three NF pharma glycerides, which benefit from a 60-year manufacturing pedigree, are suitable for a wide range of applications in oral and other dosage forms.
Biodiesel, which is a term for Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAME), is produced along with glycerides via transesterification from vegetable oils with sodium hydroxide and either methanol or ethanol.