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glyceride

 [glis´er-īd]
an organic acid ester of glycerin, designated, according to the number of ester linkages, as a mono-, di-, or triglyceride.
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glyc·er·ide

(glis'ĕr-īd, -īd),
An ester of glycerol. The term is usually used in combination with phospho- (phosphoglyceride). The use of mono-, di-, and triglyceride is being replaced by the more precise terms mono-, di-, and triacylglycerol, respectively.
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glyceride

(glĭs′ə-rīd′)
n.
An ester formed between one or more fatty acids and glycerol. Glycerides are found in plant oils and animal fats.
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glyc·er·ide

(glis'ĕr-īd)
An ester of glycerol.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

glyceride

an ESTER of GLYCEROL.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005

glyc·er·ide

(glis'ĕr-īd)
An ester of glycerol.
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51 sphingolipids, 87 phosphoglycerides, 59 glycerides, 82 free fatty acids, 67 polar metabolites in the plasma and 62 sphingolipids, 85 phosphoglycerides, 54 glycerides, 78 polar metabolites in the myocardium were successfully identified and quantified.
(28-29) After shaking this mixture for at least 5 min, the aqueous phase containing the remaining glycerol and the organic phase containing water insoluble castor oil glycerides were separated with a centrifuge.
Concentrations of reactants, for example, glycerides, and product, that is, ethyl oleate, were quantitatively measured by high performance liquid chromatography, HPLC (JASCO), under the following conditions: RI detector, eluent phase composition: acetone/acetonitrile 70/30 v/v (HPLC grade, Fluka), flow rate 1mL/min, and internal normalization as integration method.
Several MS methods (5,7-10) have been reported as primary RMP and secondary RMP for serum glycerides. These procedures hydrolyze glycerides in serum to detect and quantify the released glycerol by MS.
casei)1-28, T3.Using powder form of butyric acid glycerides (BaBy [C.sub.4]) containing 0.2% days.
Diacyl glyceride (DAG) has been shown to be beneficial in reducing these disorders [3].
RAPID ESTIMATION OF SEASONING IN LOGS AND WOOD CHIPS BY ENZYMATIC COLORIMETRIC DETERMINATION OF GLYCERIDES
Product claims: "Milk proteins and milk glycerides keep the body silky smooth.
Tycoon Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Vie cosmetics company uses milk proteins and milk glycerides in its Shiro moisturising range.
Palm oil has a high solid glycerides content, which make it semi-solid.
Common emulsifiers: lecithin (often made from soybeans), alginates (chemical salts found in algae), and glycerides (syrupy chemicals found in alcohols).
"The glycerides are more responsible than cholesterol to those kinds of changes, and may be reduced by as much as 40 percent."