elaidic acid

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Related to elaidic acid: stearic acid, linoleic acid

el·a·id·ic ac·id

(el'ā-id'ik as'id),
An unsaturated monobasic trans-isomer of oleic acid; found in ruminant fats. Compare: oleic acid.
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However, in plasma samples, the retention time of the TBDMS ester of oleic acid was very similar to that of its trans isomer, elaidic acid.
Stock solutions of juvenile hormone III (JH III), MF, phorbol- 12,13 dibutyrate (PDBU), 1-(5-isoquinolinyl-sulfonyl)-2-methylpiperazine (H-7), arachidonic acid, elaidic acid, verapamil, 4-aminopyridine, and nigericin were prepared in 95% ethanol.
Incubations were carried out using 100 [[micro]gram] of the larval homogenates for 15 min at 30 [degrees] C in the presence of either phosphatidylserine/diolein (PS/DO), 10 [[micro]molar] arachidonic acid (AA), 10 [[micro]molar] JH III, 10 [[micro]molar] MF, or 10 [[micro]molar] elaidic acid (EA).
These are oleic acid (cis 18:1[Delta]9) and elaidic acid (trans 18:1[Delta]9).
Rhus coriaria was found to possess fatty acids such as malic acid, linoleic acid, azelaic acid, tetradecanoic acid, 7- hexadecenoic acid, ethyl octadecenoate, palmitic acid, oleic acid, elaidic acid, stearic acid, 11,13-eicosadienoic acid, 11-eicosenoic acid, arachidic acid, behenic acid, and tetracosanoic acid.
The most common TFAs resulting from hydrogenation is elaidic acid (18:1 n9 trans).