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pal·mi·tate

(pal'mi-tāt),
A salt of palmitic acid.

palmitate

ester of palmitic acid, a common dietary fatty acid.
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doses of [beta]-amyrin palmitate on glucose tolerance, male Wistar rats of 175-200g body weight were divided into four groups of six.
For chemicals such as Potassium Fluoride at the high temperature and both initial concentrations, Sulfamic Acid and N-Nitrosodiphenylamine at the high concentration and both temperatures, and Sodium Palmitate at low concentration and low temperature, extraneous peaks (different from the peaks belonging to the chemicals) were detected after aging, indicative of the formation of reaction products.
In addition GRE normalised basal glucose uptake by palmitate-treated cells compared to the normal controls not exposed to palmitate (Fig.
Paliperidone palmitate depot was developed and approved after six Phase I studies with multiple formulations followed by a Phase II study and four Phase III studies, spanning many years.
Feedinfo News Service] In March 2010, Feedinfo News Service provided coverage to a European discovery of dioxin in a shipment of Chinese-manufactured vitamin A palmitate feed grade for use in premix.
The intention of this paper was to describe a simple, rapid and sensitive reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography (RP-HPLC) method, and use this to perform an analysis on 29 commercially available personal care or skincare products which manufacturers claim contain retinoid-like compounds--retinoic acid, retinol or retinol palmitate as ingredients.
In 2005, Moya et al published a large prospective randomized clinical trial that reported a higher RDS mortality rate for colfosceril palmitate (a synthetic surfactant) and beractant (a natural surfactant) than for lucinactant.
It contains rosemary extract, tocopherols and ascorbyl palmitate as the active ingredients.
Diethylene glycol distearate, isopropyl myristate, and isopropyl palmitate are generally compatible with cellulose nitrate and ethyl cellulose.
After preincubation, the medium is removed, and 200 [micro]L of tritiated myristate or palmitate (incubation medium, 110 [mu]mol/L fatty acid, 16.
MACTIV, however, comprises a special formulation of active ingredients, including retinyl palmitate and acetate (forms of vitamin A), which has been proven to deliver the same results without the negative effects.