caprylate


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cap·ry·late

(kap'ri-lāt),
A salt or ester of caprylic acid.
Synonym(s): octanoate

caprylate

/cap·ry·late/ (kap´rĭ-lāt) any salt, ester, or anionic form of caprylic acid.

cap·ry·late

(kap'ri-lāt)
A salt or ester of caprylic acid.
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Delayed harvest date increased ethyl butyrate, isobutyl alcohol, linalool, terpinolene and citronellol, and decreases were noted for hexyl acetate, octanoic acid, hexanoic acid, ethyl caprylate and (3-damascenone in both years.
All were made from blood donor plasma by modifications of the Cohn serum protein fractionation process, followed by further purification, addition of stabilizers (N-acetyltryptophan and sodium caprylate, both at 0.
Examples include the use of zonal elution to examine the displacement of D,L-thyroxine and D,L-tryptophan from HSA by bilirubin or caprylate (226); the competition of R/S-warfarin with racemic oxazepam, lorazepam, and their hemisuccinate derivatives on an HSA column (211); the direct or allosteric competition of octanoic acid on immobilized HSA for the binding sites of R/S-warfarin, phenylbutazone, tolbutamide, R/S-oxazepam hemisuccinate, ketoprofen A/B, and suprofen A/B (213); the competition of R-warfarin and L-tryptophan with D-tryptophan (207) or L-thyroxine and related thyronine compounds on HSA (203,208); and the displacement of R- and S-ibuprofen by one another at their binding regions on HSA (227).
The study was designed to investigate the PK/PD effects of a single dose (2 mg) of oral GLP-1 formulated with Emisphere's Sodium N-[8-(2-hydroxybenzoyl) Amino] Caprylate ("SNAC") carrier (150 mg) administered 15 minutes prior to an oral glucose tolerance test.
00 Phase D Glyceryl caprylate, glyceryl undecylenate 0.
On July 28, 2009, Emisphere announced that, concurrent with the publication of two papers in the July/August issue of the peer reviewed journal, International Journal of Toxicology, which describes the toxicology of its Sodium N-[8-(2-hydroxybenzoyl) Amino] Caprylate ("SNAC") carrier, SNAC has achieved Generally Recognized as Safe ("GRAS") status for its intended application in combination with nutrients added to food and dietary supplements.
OTC BB: EMIS) announced today that, concurrent with the publication of two papers in the July/August issue of the peer reviewed journal, International Journal of Toxicology, which describes the toxicology of its Sodium N-[8-(2-hydroxybenzoyl) Amino] Caprylate ("SNAC") carrier, SNAC has achieved Generally Recognized as Safe ("GRAS") status for its intended use in combination with nutrients added to food and dietary supplements.