monoglyceride

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mon·o·ac·yl·glyc·er·ol

(mon'ō-ās'il-glis'ĕr-ol),
Glycerol with an acyl moiety esterified to position 1 (that is, 1-monoacylglycerol) or position 2 (that is, 2-monoacylglycerol); an intermediate in the degradation and synthesis of lipids; 2-monoacylglycerols are a major end product of triacylglycerol degradation.
Synonym(s): monoglyceride
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