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defatted

 [de-fat´ed]
deprived of fat.

defatted

(dē-făt′ĕd) [L. de, from, + AS. faelt, to fatten]
Freed from or deprived from fat, e.g., by trimming fat away, skimming fat from the surface of a liquid, or draining fat from a food. Defatting is a practice used by dieters to reduce the fat and caloric content of a meal.

defatted

1. fat is removed from the tissue by fat solvents.
2. deprived of fat as a food.
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8 and added to autoclaved defatted rice bran (5gm) with 6ml of olive oil emulsion maintaining surface to moisture content ratio of 1:1.
Extraction with maceration: Milk thistle seeds (10 g) were defatted with 30 mL n-hexane by maceration with and without shaking method.
Defatted sesame flour subjected to proximate composition (Table 2) indicated that it comprises of moisture 2.
majus defatted crude extract; DMSO, Dimethyl sulfoxide; EDTA, Ethylene Diamine Tetra-Acetic Acid; EMA, European Medicines Agency; FBS, Fetal bovine serum; HS, 0.
The crude protein (CP) of the untreated, defatted and chemically treated Jatropha meals was determined in accordance to AOAC procedure [17].
0 ares each), irrigated and fertilized with defatted mixed raw and pretreated wastewaters at autumn every year, were taken from a surface soil layer at 0.
Then the investigators purified the defatted extract with a 1-gram silica cartridge.