laurate


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laurate

/lau·rate/ (law´rāt) a salt, ester, or anionic form of lauric acid.
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In comparison, both FAEE combinations of all 9 and 7 FAEE (excluding ethyl laurate and myristate) at [greater than or equal to]2 nmol/g demonstrated lower agreement with self-reported PAE than individual FAEE markers or the summation of 4 FAEE (ethyl myristate, palmitate, oleate, and stearate) [greater than or equal to]200 ng/g.
The oil phase of the system consists of diethylhexyl carbonate, a light good spreading emollient and of the emulsifier system, polyglycery laurate and dilauryl citrate.
Louis, MO SE L-595 38 to 42 percent sucrose Mitsubishi-Kagaku dilaurate 29 to 33 Foods Corporation, percent sucrose Tokyo, Japan monolaurate 25 to 29 percent tri or higher laurate sucrose SE L-1695 14 to 15 percent sucrose Mitsubishi-Kagaku dilaurate, 78 to 81 Foods Corporation percent sucrose monolaurate, < 3 percent tri or higher laurate sucrose Fenugreek Absolute Extract from Trigonella Sigma-Aldrich foenum-graceum (CAS # 84,625 to 40-1) Xanthan gum An anionic polysaccharide Sigma-Aldrich (CAS # 11,138 to 66-2) Natural-Mulse Nonionic alkoxylate blend Florida Chemical Co, Winter Haven, FL Citrus Burst[R] 3 Trade secret-high- Florida Chemical Co.
LPAAT, which acylates laurate into the sn-2 position was introduced into the FabB transgenic plants to increase the C12:0 level.
Although work on the problem is still in an early stage of development, it has been found that di-n-octyl tin maleate and di-n-octyl tin laurate have stabilizing effects of the same order as the corresponding butyl compounds but are not at all toxic.
Binding of laurate in solution was also observed in competition experiments using the fluorescently labeled fatty acid probe 2-AS (2-(9-anthroyloxy)stearic acid).
The GM variety Laurate Canola is an industrial oilseed rape containing a gene that produces a higher percentage of commercially viable oil.
Various zinc soaps such as zinc stearate, zinc laurate, zinc tallowate, zinc naphthenate, zinc resinate and zinc 2-ethylhexanoate are currently used in rubber compounds as additives.
The respective oil is called laurate canola (canola--rapeseed oil without erucic acid or low erucic acid content).
Coconut and palm kernel oil crops can be grown only in equatorial zones, which is an obvious limitation, while laurate canola can be grown in more temperate zones, providing a domestic source.
Researchers planted the first field of Laurate Canola in south Georgia last October.
Most plants produce fatty acids with 16 or 18 carbon atoms, but laurate contains just 12.