caprylate


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cap·ry·late

(kap'ri-lāt),
A salt or ester of caprylic acid.
Synonym(s): octanoate

cap·ry·late

(kap'ri-lāt)
A salt or ester of caprylic acid.
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cerevisiae RC212 produced the highest concentrations of ethyl caproate, ethyl caprylate, ethyl decanoate, and ethyl benzoate, exhibiting the greatest amount of fruity odor.
Delayed harvest date increased ethyl butyrate, isobutyl alcohol, linalool, terpinolene and citronellol, and decreases were noted for hexyl acetate, octanoic acid, hexanoic acid, ethyl caprylate and (3-damascenone in both years.
The latest TV ad starts with an additive alphabet: 'A is for Allyl butyrate, B is for Benzyl caprylate...' Cut to a stern looking Cap'n, sitting in a classroom, who says: ' N is for not in my food.' Strange that.
mass m.p., b.p., [degrees]C [degrees]C/ torr Caprylate (C 8 : 0) 158.24 193/760 (Octanoate) Caprote (C 10 : 0) 186.30 224/760 (Decanoate) Laurate (C 12 : 0) 214.35 5 266/766 (Dodecanoate) Myristate (C 14 : 0) 242.41 18.5 295/751 (Tetradecanoate) Palmitate (C 16 : 0) 270.46 30.5 415/747 (Hexadecanoate) Stearate (C 18 : 0) 298.51 39.1 442/747 (Octadecanoate) Oleate (C 18 : 1) 296.49 -20 218.5/30 (Octadecenoate) Linoleate (C 18 : 2) 294.48 -35 215/30 (Octadecadienoate) Linolenate (C 18 : 3) 292.46 -57 109/0.98 (Octadecatrienoate) -52 Methyl ester Cetane Heat of No.
SNAD is an improved version of Emisphere's delivery agent, Sodium N-[8-(2-hydroxybenzoyl)amino] caprylate (SNAC), currently in Phase III development with an oral solution formulation of heparin.
All were made from blood donor plasma by modifications of the Cohn serum protein fractionation process, followed by further purification, addition of stabilizers (N-acetyltryptophan and sodium caprylate, both at 0.08 mmol/g albumin in the preparation used here), and heat treatment.
(1989) technique using [beta]-naftil caprylate (200 mmol [L.sup.-1]), dissolved in a buffer of Tris-HCl 50 mmol [L.sup.-1] at pH 7.2 as a substrate with a sodium taurocholate solution (100 mmol [L.sup.-1]).
Lipase substrate range and specific activity were determined under the standard conditions using p-nitrophenyl esters with various acyl chain lengths: p-nitrophenyl acetate (C2), p-nitrophenyl butyrate (C4), p-nitrophenyl caprylate (C8), p-nitrophenyl caprate (C10), p-nitrophenyl laurate (C12), p-nitrophenyl-myristate (C14), and p-nitrophenyl palmitate (C16).
Examples include the use of zonal elution to examine the displacement of D,L-thyroxine and D,L-tryptophan from HSA by bilirubin or caprylate (226); the competition of R/S-warfarin with racemic oxazepam, lorazepam, and their hemisuccinate derivatives on an HSA column (211); the direct or allosteric competition of octanoic acid on immobilized HSA for the binding sites of R/S-warfarin, phenylbutazone, tolbutamide, R/S-oxazepam hemisuccinate, ketoprofen A/B, and suprofen A/B (213); the competition of R-warfarin and L-tryptophan with D-tryptophan (207) or L-thyroxine and related thyronine compounds on HSA (203,208); and the displacement of R- and S-ibuprofen by one another at their binding regions on HSA (227).
The non-volatile esters are a mixture of C12 to C15 alkyl benzoate, phenoxyethyl caprylate, ethylhexyl palmitate and isopropyl myristate.