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phos·pha·tide

(fos'fă-tīd),
Former name for 1) phosphatidic acid and 2) phosphatidate.

phosphatide

(fŏs′fə-tīd′)
phos′pha·tid′ic (-tĭd′ĭk) adj.

phosphatide

[fos′fətīd]
phosphatidic acid or any of its esters. Phosphatidic acid (diacylglycerol phosphate) consists of glycerol esterified to phosphoric acid and to two fatty acids. Phosphatides are major components of cell membranes. Also called phosphoglyceride, phosphotidate.
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Due to this, phosphatides and other impurities were settled down and were centrifuged (7000 rpm for 15 minutes) out from the degummed oil.
Comments: Arlasilk Phospholipid PTM is a coconut-derived multifunctional phospholipid complex composed predominantly of diester phosphatides with multiple medium chain groups.
Degumming soybean oil removes hydrated phosphatides which allow the soybean oil to be stabilized for storage, transportation, or further processing.
Frankly, we were very interested in learing about the supporting science," says Lucas Meyer, the company that supplies Nature's Plus with its phosphatides.