palmitoleate

palmitoleate

/pal·mi·to·le·ate/ (pal″mĭ-to´le-āt) a salt (soap), ester, or anionic form of palmitoleic acid.
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Circulating palmitoleate strongly and independently predicts insulin sensitivity in humans.
Palmitoleate induces hepatic steatosis but suppresses liver inflammatory response in mice.
Differential effects of palmitate and palmitoleate on insulin action and glucose utilization in rat L6 skeletal muscle cells.
However, breast meat palmitoleate (C16:1 n-7) level was decreased by dietary addition of 5% olive oil, besides breast 11-eicosenoate (C20:1 n-9) and 11,14-eicosadienoate (C20:2 n-6) levels were reduced by dietary addition of 2 and 5% olive oil.
14 Palmitoleate (C16:1 n-7) - - - Oleate (C18:1 n-9) 33.
The researchers observed that palmitoleate suppressed inflammation, previously identified as a primary factor leading to metabolic disease.
Palmitoleate is found in natural products, but it does not currently exist in a pure form.
0001, online Supplemental Table 1) and 13 times more prevalent than palmitoleate, this dilution would mainly affect the ratio of 18:1 to 18:0.
First lipid hormone An omega-7 fatty acid called palmitoleate works like a hormone.
Palmitoleate is made by fat and liver cells, the team discovered.
Palmitoleate is the first lipid demonstrated to work as a hormone, a job usually done by proteins, such as insulin, or by small molecules, such as adrenaline.
SCD was involved in the biosynthesis of oleate (18:1) and palmitoleate (16:1) and is particularly sensitive to SREBP-1c regulation in humans and rats (Shimomura et al.